The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 22, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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TAMMANY tfineWorkers- -Executive Com Sufferings Were Intense Be- ABANDONED FOREVERI

mittees Meet. I
fore Death Came.
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Kitchen Cabinet" Complained Of to I -- Terror Stricken Persons Carried by I '

Object of Meeting Is to Go Over Situation One of These Piteously Read: "My

be Abandoned. and Outline and Adopt New God! for Another Breath!"Latest Vessels to Safety.special .

Lines of Campaign That May be Estimate of the Loss Placed at Tw -- !, ,i t.!

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Necessary.11kesbarpe : Hundred and Twenty-five.
to The News. I
: .w.. I \\ Ta., May 21.-The Knoxville. 'ler.n., May :21.-The latest i
I Fort de France. Martinique, May UNVEILING OF
\ W \.r. May :>.-Thii Is Tam- MINERS MAKEDEMONSTRATION three executive (uromittet of iiie estimate as to the lots of life in |I }
United Mine \\'or'rs.of\ America to- the Fiatervllle coal mine disaster at i 22.: -Today there is a general exodu i
-1 II, ;-:; d ty. The Wigwam: on day began their first formal session Coal Creek is 29t::: including contract :

.' .. : ithe Mecca to which : since the great; coal strike was Inii.J miners, day laborers and boy help- of the entire population on the ROGHAMBEAU 1

: :, i'.- lare and small are flocki gurated. This was the same body ttat ers. The last find reported was: that I Wand of Martinique. The belief is
was organize; tuo weeks ago and decided of 13 bodies in an entry and with :'
on the suspension. The objectof these 1::, all of whom were dead, were freely expressed that it may be MONUMENT':

. i will be large: things;, doinz,". p"clal to The News.Tamaqua : the meeting is to go over the entire I founj six letters written by five men necessary to abandon it forever, the I

Crok- Led situation and outline and adopt bpfore they became overcome. (?ne ?
.:. prophets. EvenHBoss: Pa., May 22.- bya constant activity of Mont Pelee --
lines of that be of these letters gave the time of 5
ri ::1.,.!,'. t be -hockedflut: the action drummer and bugler several hun- new campaign may ditor Daily News.Washington '
found necessary. The most important written as 2:20 o'clock Monday making life unsafe and vegetation
Idc.'Jtt.j.; Instead ot having one dred striking miners: marched on matter for consideration is the proposition afternoon thus indicating that these May 22.-The official i i t Usuries:: F.I lurphy to ruu the Bmith-Myers washery today. to call out the engineers, fire and perhaps other entombed men lived impossible. delegate and other members of the ;

T.iv.uiiiy: was planned today The men employed at the washerywere men and pumpmen. This is looked upon many hours after the terrible explo- Every departing vessel carries commission who came to represent f
by the mine workers' officials as an >fon. which occurred Monday morningat I
-M'-cttiiri'f! leaders asKa commit- warned of the approach of the extreme measure, and It will be carefully 7.3,) o'clock. The letters gave a hundreds of terror-stricken persons the French government at the unveiling j

to. : < run the (!strikers and discontinued opera considered bef ire the step Is general suggestion of the suffering I to safety. Almost: all are abandoning of the monument of General I

Charles of the taken. They do not c. re to antagonizethe that was undergone. Indicating that Rochambeau which has been !
T .> cabinet" which was tions. Myers: one their homes and all their possessions erected i
mine owners an} more than is the men were gradually being strangled -. I
-" ; i-si.iuately complainedJIof by operators, appealed to the minersnot necessary. Some of the mine officials to death by the foul air that was inthe hurry to escape the at Washington, arrived here I ;i

to damage their property or injure still have hopes of an amicable settl--11 entering the mine. One piteouslyread today from Annapolis. The commission I i
t; WI-, Nixon at the time of his resi;- direful doom which seems impending. .
the men but would not pledgehis ment. and they do not think it wise to : "My God! for another breath! proceeded at once to the !

:. iii ::1 will be aoolihed! according word that not a pound of coal anger the mine owners by withdrawing The letters in the main were directions In all thousand of refugees White House, escorted by the police I I ''
to families to what '
these men and endangering the disposition I
plan., but there are some who would be washed until the strike i" safety of their property. From a talk should IIP made of the writer's body have departed from Fort de France; and Troop ti of the Second Cavalry ,

,'if-,"vo Andrew Friedman Larry: settled. I with several of ,.the committeemen it.. and his business affairs and instructions I hundreds lave lied to the mountains of Fort :Myer where a salute was
seems likely that the protectors of the I I ah to raising his family. One unfortunate -I fired.
The miners appointed a committee
iH hnour. John Scannell and others to almost certain death from y. '
who leaves neither l
mines will not be called out for the father '.
to deal with the t :eu who are The Count and Countess Rochata- !
mother, brother
will refuse to lie abolished.The present If the miners' union declinesto nor sisters addressedhis starvation. All the departing refugees -
employed at the washery. call out the men and succeed In getting letter to "Ever)body." and pleaded beau joined the party and all were
future Tammany will be gov.'rned that they rhaugc their of liv- are entirely dependent on the
them to quit the mine owners ; way officially received by the President '

by a comiuittee'of three comd AWRECJUINTHE will make every effort to fill their ing. charity of strangers, as few have and Mrs. Roosevelt in the east: room .1
places. It is said that some of the operators President J.11'. Howe of the Cnited ,
-.' of Charles Murphy, Daniel anticipating the union, have Mine Workers of America for district any fund Every ship in the harbor of the capitol. I .A

\':thon and Louis Hatlen who. LEHICH VALLEY made all arrangements to \ -eri their I .' had gilne into the mines today to today is crowded with refugees and r
pumps at work if the men desert make an inspection as the representative Many Texas Cattle Die. ; )
u ted today by the executive I I them. of that organization and to assist clustered about them are small Billings, Mont.. May 21.-Oeorga : ':

\v a vote of :.'$ to i. The committee will also consider the in the rescue work. He has received -I boats filled with natives pleading K-rby an extensive cattle grower near J i ,\
pecial: to The Seas.: matter of the calling out of the bituminous a message of condolence from President I"rt", has within the past two day ; 1

MIsl.awka. mud, may :!:!.-TIe Le- miners but in the absence of John Mitchell of the Mine Worker and begging to be taken up. lost about flog head of cattle. The : '

MARCONI'S EX-FIANCE high Valley express, a fast passenger the petitions from two other districts! of America, who stated he had All about Mont Pelee, for a radiusof cattle had just arrived from Texas and j '
necessary to make up the five that are sent $(01) for the relief fund. Mr. were thin and weak from their long i 5
WEDS AT BUDA PESTH ,I train of the Grand Trunk lines required to call a special convention it Howe today announced that the mine miles the original surface of the trip. They perished as the result of I.

passed through tere :this morning. is believed no action will be: taken. It workers of America would at once expend I earth is buried under millions: of the cold rain. KIrby has several trail |
i I'\hortlyafter, the mail car left the Is possiM>. however that the petitions $1,000 for the needy families of loads of Texas c rtle now on the trail *
may he received today. In that event j I|jits members who died in the mine I tons of lava and volcanic dust o-i their way to another northern p
track followed the car i
by baggage
President Mitchell will I and more will be available if necesary. -
Immediately issue i ---- -- --- range I jTODAY'S t
L inn May 22.-Mis Josephine and five passenger cars. The engine the call for the convention. j| j II'

Ii ex-fiance Marconi mar- rushed on for fifteen rods, then There is a rumor current which cannot Mrs. t"ee. Adkns wife of the mine f MISRULE IN CUBADEMOCRATS
: diy Eugene Boras of Kuda buried itself partly in the earth. be confirmed that the railroadersat foreman who was lost in the disaster, !) MARKET REPORT : .

;" -, Hungary. Several pj-engers were cut and a nw 'ting here decided to refuse to !{ has completely! lost her mind. She is ', WAR CRY : t

braised some seriously. handle !bituminous coal destined for raving and Is kept in custody with j I IIY SS.-\COLA.STOCK EXCHANGE .; i
l '.1l1ln. ladies skirts and waistsof
? great difficulty intense is her I
the anthracite market and if bo grief
:." our specialties. Star Laun- 1 Spreading: rails are believed to -- Fast Government street I
for her husband. |
,!;r I have caused the accident. fo cause a general; strike. President -
Mm hell said this morning that The rescuing parties that went in I I Special to The News.Washington I
-- -- he knenothing about such a Monday are completely exhausted and I May 22.-Secretary STOCK d. !

When asked whether such a new men have been sent into the Root views with great satisfactionthe Open. Hizh. Low. Close, I '
Great Clearance Sale step had ht-en seriously considered by mines today. Physicians positively Sugar...12734 13o'4: 12734 Wl *1
him and the union railroad leaders he : forbad any of the first rescuers re transfer of the responsible relations Atch.... 79a SD'4 7'js'! 793; 11

refused to discuss the question.: Thereis turning. They lra\e been in contact with Cuba from the department U.8.... 403, W, 40.. 4liIII ,
o- -or- ----0 with the air for .....153J4 152', 152'2 1521 I
reason to believe that if the traffic gaseous: so long! that ,
of war, over which he presides, I.. & S..13U l4 139 139 139 ,
they have become weakened and it is
in bituminous coal into anthracite territory -
becomes heavy the railroaderswill I feared they could not survive the arduous to the department of state. Man M.O.P-. .1321 9y'4 i 1UJ W2\:: la2 t9tg 1304 99tf I

.S HOE S. endeavor to stop It. work. I! He anticipates a fierce attack from ht.Paul.16b7 171\, IGSig 170!'

. Reports received here by the Associated Many hardy miners from other sections democratic sources upon the military Penn ...119'4 149'! j 149i4'' 1491.*'
Press from all parts of the coalfields are here and from these the rescuing -1 I' 8. P.... 6P! 65 *64il" 6Pi t!
-.\' '- show that everything! Is quiet parties were made up this morn- I administration of Cuba during the U. P-.1043t .105!8 104;

Fist fights among idle men which ru Ins. There are hundreds of people at I year of the United States' government T.C.I63 64: (8 fill
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THE BIG STORE mor usually exasperates Into riots, are Coal Creek and every one is ready to'I of intervention. It is reportedhere
of daily occurrence hut beyond thf>sftriftir,1i > do all possible for the relief of the suffering.
that the democratic
congressional NEW YORK '
\\ ILL BEGIN THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1902, AND stir:the disputes! community.nothing has occurredto I Money Is the crying need and the committee is fully convincEdof Open. Hijh. Low, Close, t

outside world is urged; to send contributions the futility of the attacks made by May .....93: ;, 935 92-1 9'.l.5 j I
CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS. I to R. M. Lindsay, chairman July.. ..9'JJ' 9tJfi &iJ S59 i
the minority in the senate upon the A ugnst ..hi tj 73 b.'i9
WILL FORCE relief committee Coal Creek Tenn. 8.59 .
I Sept. ..Ei21 f-22 ,
j conduct of the United States armyin > oS H08 ;
1 NO. ONE-10 Pair Baby Slippers Oct.....81)6 fob 7.3 795
40 FIGHTING the Philippines and will turn Its
worth regular 75 to We pair at. ..... attention at once to Cuba for ammunition CHICAGO (
-WHEAT.Opon. .
NO. TWO:37: Pair Baby Button and Lace Shoes in Black, I MINE HORROR : for partisan use at home in Hieh. Low Close, i
69 C0. Special to The News.: :, ,, the coming battle for democratic July.... 73% 74iB' 73.1.d 74 ,
''. J and Tan sizes 2 to 6, worth regular 90c and $[.)&), at.. .. .. .. New York, Mar 21,-Presidents of | |I control of the house. !Sept .... 73V4 73J4 : 72\: 73

the coal carrying roads In secret session 1 Special: to The NewiKfloxvllle.
\ THREE-65 Pair Children's Red and Tan Strap Slippers, : I CORN
have discussed plans, says Tetm May 21.-The .
r'g j They! > ter- (\ .. >>> >>. w S' *
,,,ft to lit worth jesular JJ sad }),2Z>per pair, at.......... .. U, Beyad. le iveaV the SU'ZK otaper&ttag tl 7Bzttf \..tiste esilatcogEse w is3s sp$: >sj5r 5p 2iP,mm f FRf.fiARtNC :3u3p .... t. Fs3 Sf 7b s2 S" p
it tit Feaztateenta.ucerg cttsons death 1st roars: tsssn fytiS miners ft2 thg i Sept .... fMt( &isg! f 3' 6ss I
> x S\. FOl"R .5 Pair Cfcttsirea's Red Strap ;B3srrw*, sizes la the anthracite JjeJd3Va.! FratervtUe mina. at Coal Creek, was .
Sfig r"int"d. caused by a 15-year-old boy one : worth regular 1.C; per pair, :at... .... ...... ... .. ... 'No surrender" was the slogan of i mIners' helpers, who dug through from NAVAL 8TOKUS- MAUKKI.Keported .

the mine operators and when the II the Fratervi'le! mine into an abandoned --- Daily for The New. bf
XI I. FIVE 2)l'airChildren'PatVampStrapSlipperssizes :
r':3, CI meeting adjourned it was said the mine of the Knoxville Iron com Special to the Views. Union Naval Store (]o.

: \'A\: worth regular $I to ?l-25 per pair! ..... ...... ..... .. .. ... railroads were prepared for a protracted I pany. EOSIJT.WOr I

struggle in which every resource I The boy warned the miners to put Paris, May 22.-The minister of ww ...TIS'Sg H ..........._....._
i"I I-'IX-2t Pair Children's Black aad Tan Oxfords and ( will be brought to bear upon the out their lights at the same time extinguishing colonies M. DeCrais, has cabled .. G... .... ......_IJK I
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6tl' 6- ers. Arbitration has been I hli own light as the gas Governor 5L_...... .........'.. 1st
Acting L'Huerre of the '{ II:.... ......._..."n
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:': Suppers, sizes 5 to 1, worth regular f 1, at. and the mine owners Intend ,, poured In from the abandoned mine. K .. ..-....._. :S ,, D.....___. l jI)
Martinique island at Fort de : (; A _
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force the fighting. I The hole made In the wall of the Fra-
NO & E\'EX-.3t Pair Ladies Oxfords and Strap Slippers
69 One of the railroad presidents who tervllle mine was stopped up and the France, instructing him to make all TtrapaIfTIlIa-f5. f

4ular l'riceU.25 to $2 per pair, at.... ...... .. .... .... .. .. ..... attended said: I I men were warned of the dancer; from possible arrangements to embark Kindly Take Notice that
"Such a thing as a settlement of the. laa.I c
1 NO. EIGHT-12 Pair Children's Tan Shoes in Button and "' mentioned and carry away all the inhabitantsof Liquid Cream Balm la of great benefit !
coal strike was never or !I This was on the afternoon before
D.9 The railroad ,' Martinique in event of circumstances to those sufferers from nasal
CL suggested. companies the explosion on Monday morning. It
.,:ictsizefi, regular price f I per pair, at... .... ..... .... .... even catarrh who cannot Inhale
have gone as far as they can in !I I has developed that the hole was not which will necessitate the freely
concessions to the miners sufficiently well stopped and that through the nose, but must treat ,
T :NO. MXE-37 Pair: Misces' Black and Tan Oxfords and CIO1" granting up evacuation of that island. ji
strap Clippers, sizes 9 to 2, worth regular f.: and 12.00 \j /a and they are now prepared for and the gas burst through and caused the themselves by spraying. Liquid

I''er pair, at .. ... ..... ...... ...... ..... .... .... :.. . .. .:.. kJliJUNO. : expect to fight to a finish. The situation terrible calamity which depopulatedthe Tank Commissioners Named. Cream Balm differs in form, but not ,i\1
was discussed at the conferenceon male portion of Fraterrille. medicinally from the Cream Balm I
: TEX-50 Shoes sizes 9 to 2, regular price i 11.50 Washington Ga., May zl.-Thboard
Pair Boys' that basis. Whet our plans are I of eomulislonera that stood for years at the head of : l
91cIllilliotu few cents to control the

.rpair : .. . . ,. ...... .... ... ., ..... ...... ...... .... .:.. am not at liberty to say. They will ot The Vanilla Extract will not atone on a for bottle the dispensary In Washington! hare been remedies for catarrh. It may be 'I
--- develop as time passes"You annoyance of having dessert that U "just a appointed u follows: Dr. J. G. Wright, used in any nasal atomizer. The ;[

little off" in flavor. Always buy Eurnettt'i. Ed Barnett ani Joseph A. Terry. Judge price, including a spraying tube, is
never heard of any one using Holden appointed Dr. Wright, Judge 75 cts. Sold by druggists and mailed : 'j,
Ioljn0on & Folsy'a Honey and Tar and not be- I will repair your watches and Toombs appointed Mr. Barnett and Mr. by Ely Brothers,56 Warren
tug satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte, jewelry in first-class style. J. I St., New- : !
121 B.Palafox street. Stephens. Terrywu_ appoiaUd bj Mayo.D/ion. York. i iJ
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... Four Killed and Twenty-One Injuredon
Choctaw Route.

w I Ardmore, L T.. May : .-A construction -
:*.1 train on the Choctaw Oklahoma lIR

t and Gulf railway plunged through a

F higb(trestle 12 miles east of Ardmore I

) yesterday Four men were killed and
2r 1 Injured seven of the latter fatally.

I Among those believed to be fatally for Infants and Children.The .
hurt is A. M. Oliphant: a prominent attorney J

of Tishomingo who was.. ridinghome i Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature .

r on the work train. of Clm- II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
i I The other dead and injured are all personal supervision for over 30 )'ears. Allow no ono

members of the construction! gang or to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
train crew. All are white. The dead "t-a-s-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the

Scts are: health of Children-Experience against Esperiment.
Charles: A. Black Tishomingo I. T.

James Dolan. Fort Smith. Ark. J. R. I The Kind You Have11 Always_ Bough
Galnts, residence unknown. Jim Hopegood. '

Tishoiningo, I. T. Bears the Signature of

Fatally hurt: A. M. Oliphant. Tisho

mingo. I. T.; James Wear, residence

(Jerllri /; unknown; Ed Clark, Arkansas: Hope

Joy Texas: A. D. Furney. Missouri

Acts Pleasantly internal injuries; William Shipp Missouri '
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internal injuries; unknown man.
'' ct.S picked up unconscious internal injuries. In Use For Over 30 Years

J j Beneficiallycls ; Seven other ptrs-ons were more I Ter try-.UN co........ .. "U"." .u..... .uw .o". c.T'
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t '. .'r: '.:..; ? ,I (\ Irvilyas-a Laxative.Svrup The railroad officials ar. unable f :
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f'I a. r" '1 :.. ; f. ;?"f ,' '; nf Fins appeals to the cultured nnd the train: was rm.nir.K at the rate ft" The Star Laundry

i i .' A' Y'f": / ..; ,j \\ t. lJ-int1rml'd and to the healthy becauseitsccrn- miles an hour wh'n the forward ear \ ,

" / .-; / { /t:. "..- 4\ I r n.-nt parts ore simple and \vhc It-some and teI jumped the track foluwl'd! by the rest I

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,xr',r" '-"... '.-4; ",,,':_: '_;.:..'...... "- "r'. p' { '.r.>, ai it I'; wholly I f r*. e from every obj.ctionabL'quality I in a heap ::11 feet below. The engine I ,
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/_''""'", 7 1J'r.',:*fes* """1r .. ..:. or Mibitance. In the process ifmanufacturing rma'U'il on the tract:. The dead and
/ :' / : '. .v;:t't.i\.Jf fcs are used ;nj "v-l were lironsht to this city. J.
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..,, ....::::;r. q rtkr..." "4......,":. \ pleasant to the tas-te, tut the medicinalirtuts R. ittincs! died shortly after rfachince 1 r I
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f. "" :? "I" ; ....0f -<' ,- ':,,' ...'_1.A\ ......., \ Syrup:: digs are obtaindfrom P
:f .;J:, $;:t:4: :' ,c. .? 13 i: { ) .., ...:;.;0'/ an lxcdlent.OmbnJtIcn. of plants Cuban Excorts and Import:;. ;

\..r'l\. ::.{@.f : f. j-r. ; ir':,// ..... I known to be medicinally: laxative and to I WaVhington' May 21.! -The total value 'I, ,r, a n From ill part- of tin < ,' .
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: :? : of merchandise imported the
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>;: : oo { r' If : rt' .. Our delivery men will e.. .
',j .\ \ :. : .:. .. t"d., '" / /i f .:_:' To jitt beneficial effects-buy th:> land of Cuba during the nine months : N

\t&\\ ... (. /. '".'7'., trnulnt-manuhdurtd I"by therra.rcisco. en.ied March 31, U'',i2.: was $t ,ti5.4.j7.; I where at any time that -uit5 -
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1 ': '.:fz; Fo4ijPSan lIther Laundry can.
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.1'.... .. ,.:i.', ..;.:1'f...:', (, March 31, 191)_: was $21,221.825.! I ALL WORK 1
""\. .:,:...# .".:.S',.,.":'u.".- a slight increase over the corresponding C. 0. D. GUnS Mii! fff 2lfi Elllmti; [ f:. :
(.,,:; .t; :, : Cal
,: of II'OI. while the
'> .: t, ... ,# HyC" Alew York.N.Y.Louisville. ; exports TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. 1
-+ for Hilt! :! .
amounted to $ decrease
.l9S.3GO. a
: / for ,.::. alt dru iats. i
by Price cents bottle.
fifty per
of about $441'lnn. WALKER INGRAHAM
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Asheville Sells Water Bonds.
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I Asheville. X. C.. May 20.-The First i I

t i I National bank of Columbus, 0., has 'I -
I .Ii-- rr \ B.WRIGHT>> GOffiPllNYt (
I I i\ uought Asheville's $250.000 of wafer i ,
Georgia School Commissioners. \
Consolidation Action Postponed. WASHOU-S DELAY TRAINS.Northwestern I bonds at par on condition that it pays

Jackson. Miss.. May :21.-The Missiselrri Augusta. Ga.. May 20.-The Georgia I I for, them on the monthly installment: : \ .t 'r iA\LFACTCRERSA\IILEALERS IN

railroad commission dec'idwl today Railroad Traffic Is Prac- ('ouotchool commissioners met in.:i iAueusta plan, I t "

r to postpone action in the Southern tically Demoralized. today in the Tubman r LUMBER LATHS ;
and :Mobile and Ohio railroad consolidation LaCrosse! Wis.. May ::1.-Railroad auditorium. Uetwcen 130:; and :: SChOOl// I ,

<'ase until: after obtain suits trafciit; practi('ally Jemoralized: here gates: are in attendance and STEAMSHIPS. I : &t\fl. ;

now pending! in I.auderdale county today owing to six hours of rain in speakers on the program are State I -- - - L SAWED CIPEE5S SfilKCLES-Elin-toU'c! ; ) : !\
which in\ohe this vicinity! which School) Commissioner Glenn Chancellor II
practically; the same : a great *>C >4J< > CiJ* AAt 1l "f
points have !hl''n deciileJ.Office many washouts on roads leading into Hill of the university. and Dr'leper -+ PENT: ACOLA. FLA.

La'rnsse.n the Chicago and Northwestern who spoKe! on "General Educational |' { AN OCEAN TRIP
road there had Conditions.: An address of; ;
Declared Vacant. not been a
Montgomery Ala.. May 21.-The! train in #m<'e last evening; and a couple welcome will he delivered by Superintendent ., ( To NEW YORK, BOSTON V ROYAL STANDARD \\YllISIEY{

bondsmen of H..1. Newton, the de- of trains are held at El Roy. waiting T.awton H. Evans of the Rich >J ono! nuu k

faultinK tax tollector! of Geneva county : uuil) a bridgf>; near there whir-h ir.nrd county public school system.' EASTERN RESORTS
l 8 Years Old in
Cas of 4 Fell
at t S3.20
I The i-onvnition will he in session fo t| ; s Quarts, per case
came off his bon and he failed to out can b>- trplacrd.! There .
make a new one. The office has there. are al'-o: -\erdl wasliutitn hetwPrnparts two days 'II 1 Via a t ---- -----

fore been d..clan'll'acant.. He has not and Emo}'. I The :CQ1 \\ loll THI \\\THIM? KYi* distilled\ at the Nel-on C'

i nettled and the matter Is in the handsof At River Junction, on the Ch,ago.. Largest Bank In South. ANew OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: .. DUtil.ery:: and i* fully uiatun'd! in wi !

the attorne general Milwaukee and St. Paul road 2! miles: Orleans May 20.-The newly J L"W\TE-: M 1is' RN' I it ti bt-fnrto.bottlillg'. J': I i-iibTIutely fare and not excelled
-- from here, there :is another largo wash I orlanizl.'luthprn Trust and Ban k- i $3 JO Hours of Ocean Breezes i'i quality! l>/ arty'hikey of the same a; .

01- tkiatic lUieiiinatiKiu Cured dl'1PrFuurtcen out and the fast mail is held there Hetweeii f Ine company, with a capital of $2.1 Sailings each WeeK "t i eight matter years where old when p rostuced.battled The and Royal, con Stands ideru)!' .

Yearn here and Austin Minn., several ooo.OOO. was organized a few months 1 4 its excellent
f J iiflerin;;. from Savannah Ga. j. ci'iility M the cheapest whiskey '
,., "I have been attlicted with sciatic washouts are leported. The worst aeo in New York. There it absorbedthe J r the market at that pric". As; a beverage and '
place is at Houston, Union National bank of this I T" Mitil i|* thi Putt. if Line "" an absolutely stimulant there
rheuinatNm for fourteen where the whole city, Jf :>,,,..1 ." .. pure I U none beti :
years, n'ifi.rrv \1\ iti. > .1- T \I(
Josh town Is practically under water. Many and yesterday! perfected arrangements T t. say Edzar of Germantown, I Af *\ ui I N .1 *< tl> l'i 't* >t w incjicate
contents. If
Cal. "I valuable rate horses on the lowlands for consolidation with the HIbernia fKI) rt !t> vox'' " u.I' : ri ,r purchaser upon exannuti.'
was able to Im around but .
t <.. I' ",.v'. 1ro. the whiskey is not s-ati-fied with the .
it':: constantly -uttered. 1 tiled thr-rt-. owned b} J. D. Cameron of this National bank. The new concern will J quality
every ...... ....'.....0..$. AO"5' JlI.n. can return the same at our expense and If'- '
: : thing I could hear of and at la-t was city are in danger; of being Ii>st. Another be known as the Hibernia National 1 y .. ETC ben To will be refunded. :
':t told to try Chamberlain' I'ain ISilm, Bank and Trust "\ K H. It.....".. s.llrllw 'CI.. rf...rU. lt.. If 1
serious and will] j
washout is company .
reported n'iirLesinu. .. M dlAl. n.l 1 ..... Y...w.la1.., All orders should be accompanied by Pit ,'rcurnncy
;;. which I did and wa immediately la. Root river, a small stream start out with J2.5 relieved and iu a short time cures, $lrt iNIo nn0 of >f 1 t'7i'Ki "f"'fi'}f 1CtrT. t tl"1l'y 1- r =s order. We .
. and I in ea tt-rn :Minnesota is on a rampaee deposits making it th S j pre money refer to First Sat! .
, am happy to toait h& not I
eincelreturned: \ \\'hnut' ue thi and mil' !i damage is teared. No drown largest banking concern in the south GKNKUAIi: KKKNCH: 8L'liKlHK; L I DAR0 Bank or any merchant in Peiisacola.:

, liniment and get well.: It i U for ale '| ings have as jet been' reported. ern states. -

;+ by*.all'; and medicine dealer 1;! I Following ia: the schedule of the I, S. A. FRIEDMAN .

: I I Wages Are Advanced. Battleships Pass Cape Henry. government steamer General French ,
Baltimore. May :20! .-The Frf'nch'rrulser which
-A New York, :May 2".-The P. Lorillard THK NEWS print; for the SOLE PROPRIETOR, P.E SSA11LA. FLA.P .
: 3-Lh 1 company has advanced the wagesof Oaulois.) accompanied by the benefit of the merchant who! hip
V1 battleships Kearsarge and Alabama 1
all employes: under the grade of I their good to the various army (). BOX 4IK. TKI.III'IIONK; :
fU*,icB4Umr U n Prom box of the genuine I I foreman 10 per cent. Two thousand and the cruiser Olympia passed Jn! I, posts: j ctri
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Laxative Cape Henry at 7 o'clock this ------ ---
Brxwno-Quinine TinietaU will\ \ pet the benefit of the increase, I morning.Koley's L eases Prnsacola .... _... 7noa.m. e..lR1ffl41A" '
*rtmed/ th et crc void la one dazeBATTLE I which has been authorized by the !- LfBVes BttrrancRi. ... ..... 1:5" a m. fjffl !hindle every claof Liquorold
urectors I !I Lf'a\'t" Hckens ..... .. KtMI A. nl. bulk or bottle wholesale or retail, at I rice- t. .1
IMMINENT IN of the Continental Tobacco Honey and la' i I" j>e- L..a\"l" liarrancas... ..._. ":15 R. m. are way down.
a HAITI. l I company. (culiarly adapted for asthma, bron11chitU i PensitcolA ... ....ld5a.] m. i ,' ,
I and hoarf'"l'V.. A. Arrives Knrrancas 11:10 A. m, and then AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
General Firman. With 4.000 Men |II ; D'Alemberte. r;. Palafox -tree t. tarns makes to a I'.arraooas.Leaves trip to hort.McKee. sad then r r- .

Marching on Tort au Prince. I AVhopin Cougti. Barranca I15 p. m.

Port an Prince Haiti.; May :?1.Th i A woman who hay had experience Seasonable household 'i: Leaves Leaves PenmteoU Pirkenn .... .. .. .. 4 1.25:*> p.p. m.m. NICKS & CO.

army of the north. numbering about j with this tell Leaves Pickena .. .... :,:l5 p. m.
disease how to pre and kitchen Arrives Karrancns .
utensils at the 5:111 p m. ana m kn
4.000 men. by General Fir I trip to :McKee and
man. the candidate for the priRidenry i event i i any dangerous consequences Willis Hardware Co.'s. I Iy On return.and 'i Plumber and
Wednesdays Gas
| from it. She say: Our three children Haturdtiy? the Steam Fitter
of Haiti arrived today! at Aroahaie. took _ n i boat will; leave Barrancas via'Pick- ,' ,
whooping cough last ,
two days' marrh from here. I our baby boy being orly three cA192'OIZIA.&St : ens for Pensacola: at 6::)0 p. m.

The provision! gov rnment has i; months old and owing: to cur eivins ,the itt amd Yi1 Nat'J tissue lin tj : The General French l is for army I No. & South Palafox Rtroe!.

summoned all ntien to defend the i, them Chamberhin'; Cou?h Heine- j Sguature: purposes only and any outsider mu-t i( All Kinds Oi Platabr.and: Gas Fitting MB 1o'll'h Keptn Nor I .

capital and as a rtsalt the entire: pop; dy, they lo-t none of tl.eir plump- I of ***v J Jt t + 4&f gCri have a pays from the quartermaster .":yFpSfnNF. "" 1\ ....,., .. .. .
nags and came nut in much i o take passage 0 i her.
elation of Port an Prince: is now Iln.eTarms. : better .
health than other children who did \ I
< ; launder pour !spreads foi
I 1 tie not girl u-e would thU la-tily Our for oldest consti lit- 15 cents each and make them loo STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
.A. :
No I/isNof lime ; between uw Ktr Laundry. M: .A7
syrup who p.-J'-HE::: !i ey
I have sold Chamberhiu's Colic PixKEY = m
Sprin::vilie. Ala i ,Between IVntacola and Iil'.nH..arHu"
Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy for Thi< remedy i i- for =ale by all drug ..
r- :
year, and would rather be out of f gi"'B and medicine dealer Tie fIapPS' !Home is thewell" Daily F\i-ppt Minilay. I SC("<'};?OR TO AVERY \, 111..1, II., ,
coffee> and sugar than it. I sold five y "CITY OF i
bottles of it \ e.terday to thresher* TAMPA. i iI I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
that could &:'(1' no farther and they cANOr colrrtatmce +,< furnished home. Marston i Lv :Milton 6::>iam Lvt'enk <-oalitpii I I

are at work again this mornin?."":" $ Quina can ArPen'-acolB.lcWam Ar Milton S:' pm |
H. K. PJIKI.J-S Plymouth. Oklaho supply you fATt.ttK- Hound trip,!lt... HARDWARE.
ma.:1 will be seen by the above I) \ with all needed in the way -- I|
the thresher* were able t>, keep on of house I
I ,a furnishings at tick e '; Iron, Nail AXM. iihr.vfR ..
with their work without loving .1 ha SOt. Drift PICNIC 5itt \! -h .atruppli
single dav's time. You should keep jcnuine stamped C. C. C. Ntvtr sod: In [ lowest prices cash or credit. BASKET *. Cooking and Heatu.. '..v. ptl--i : i ils
a bottle of tbUremedr\ in your home Beware of the dealer who tries to sell Window Glt: ,; ... Guns, Fi i-toi.. an J F t./- fit-kle.
For sale! by all dru !oi-B and medi- DANCE .'
"something just u food AGENTS WANTED. Agate and Tinware
vine dealers. and lIolI''erurJlishil1g (Jooils.'AGEN.S .
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SCHOOL !'ri'l'LIKS ioB'nioB'
c 3- and a...i..- atr editor of C' Revere Giant stitched I>l lri iv. Northampton Emery
/rarvti I \t C, "'. Th'Miip.iin's X'I. 11 South only boot endorsed hy Talmage.rlstian I LOCOMOTIVE ,i WhE'EIl'o.. L
TEL signature la (1:1 entry wa v. ._ r":1I1:=. Pnlat;'x.Iiesidedthetandard. i Knormoa': proatsloragentstrboaciqutc Iron King and Buck i H.\ -. and Ranges, \\'m.
: Outfit ENGINEERS II" iI I Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather
laxative Bromo'QuiniueT.birtsthe line" \f ::;ta ly. tm cents. Write immediate! Masury
reuedy itt caret cold In one day tionfry' we have, in tints, with en CLARK & C-) 222 S. 4th St., PhiladDhie. el i I Made Railroad:: Colors;
velopeto mate'1 All'l'agnolia
Pa. Mention tM .iavodllI
You will have pride in you own i iiower K'iyal Urv=t il Bond, n Masonic Temple @ Pen aroJa. Fla.

gardens if they are on your Hurd' Holland P.-\nJ. Bluff, .
ownground. Your nU?band canbayA Lidl i"*; art :'titlonerr. I t
home, and hen do it now although ': Forefn :Mill: Etc. TUESDAY MAY 27 1902. P ENGLISHIJ
he may think otherwise. ; Artit Materiil. Otic-p EfiNYROIIL PILLS CURE YOURSELF]
home of her Sup- The tiny es;,soles sra superior! (, CCEL8 1'n P irG for Trlatrta.q.
Every woman wants a plies. Memoracauia: Book*. Etc. ; Trains at 9:3' a. m. and $:&) p. m, -; rlal..4 O.y 6..e.t'ta ., diabu..ttedtl'Geer.
and if she will have a talk with All to Balsam of Copaiba' {C:7. ',.. .. ... -
owe, new and bri :-ia. .'!, ( II..'tacLz.u ? UnUtiuM Yr ek
& Co. the (''!Ply ind bjecticni I .'i,#", u.REi a.: LaW .ta Y ea Mio.aiewrs tf tailcoat lnea 1
Watson S'j t .ad
f} Thus. C. 1 ., '
TICKETS 1 1 1 Trans portaiaon 25 CENTS 1 -Vi] I t..l. .. l.t..tlf r. fc .reu cy- ,SW> f Iole+t. and Be btril'
n.r.r..ln .
; .I leading Real Estate! :\gents, they Rubber hose all 48 hours the I ,J N: I ye. .. I..,... .. 1ltcr.sCllttC7: a'etorpolwinIU"eCRS1nD
i can show her how easy it is to get sizes, at\\ 'N'.=nil 1f.thll<:\ their '):** A number of hanlsome prize, will .. Y.rtlr.bry r y rr T.or....L.,4.J.b e1r .W 6F DragahtA.O.aa.

f cne. the Villis HccrdicccreCo.'s. j j *4u*! ;* SItDR/llr ORLTGISTS! I b. awarded !a lit of which will be ..J.. if .t.,, 'ra....ii.r.1 J R......L..Itr."a.n.. .eo "..... .I..rwt ., o, Met t iii rtrlet.g 5..
I j .y. ._., ,, .a.'I, ]printed later. | tfCUM- ..1.10..1<< ._. 'ti t i J Whin%?
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Prisoner Grabs Pistol, Kills One Guard 1 Digests

and Fatally Injures Another. Kodol I what you

"Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work." Canton 0.. May 21.-In a mutiny at I

the Starke county workhouse this -' iOffences f against Eat !

morning Guard George Jacobs was kill f. the laws of I

ed and Guard Homer Stone was dan health are" pun-
'; i,.he gerously shot. A prisoner named Gi- an>l inexiubly Dyspepsia CureNature

f gante did the shouting. by nature A

tt Later It developed that there was no I man may break : never makes a mistake and the preparation which duplicate*

general mutiny: among the prisoners I 1 civil laws and escape .t3 action cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because It di-

but that one of them had secured a punishment. pests your food by nature's own process. Its affect is equally promptonboth I

revolver and opened fire on the guards. But the man who occasional and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and StomacH I
trap.gre>-es nature's trouble of every kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rests.
i The prisoner with the revolver was
1KL7t'1 law of health ISo: dieting is necessary. Eat all the good food you want. "We have
Charles Gigante. a young man recently cannot escape the penalty.Many been Kodol
selling Dyspepsia! Cure for the past two years and have also .
:I sect up from Canton for driving a a man is toby a used it," write Bowman & Sons, of Valley Furnace, W. Va.. "and never
i! horse to death. He pulled revolver prisoner for life, and for avery heard of failure. We
I,I. a a are so confident of its merits that we sell every
life because of
i 1 out of the pocket of a new guard who I Ii bottle under our personal puarantee." KodolDvspepsiaCure never falls.

i. was passing through the workhouse. ) his which outrage health of is the conditioned.He laws upon. Cures All Stomach Troubles

i! He shot George Jacobs who died In. sits idly in his chair

\U H"L stantly. tarn by coughing spells and Prcpari'dhy E. O. TVWItt & Co.. Chicago. The Wtlc! eontalnst4 times the Mr. slums

:: J! GI ante then fired at Homer Stone gasping fur breath. The When }'OU-futr from biliousness or constipationI!' > the famous little liver

I, a guard struck him twice and inflicted 1 handkerchief which \\ipl's[ his lips pills known as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe.

probably fatal wounds. Edwards firedat ( shows a red stain He slowly John cShPnpiml.HHnri- Phnrmnrv Hidnev: Kahn

wasting away.
Gigante and there Is not much
Weak: lurjis, obstinate cough>,
chance of bill recovery. There was spitting of blood, weakness and DR. MOFFE1T'S Cures Cholera Infaifn,

murh excitement among the prisoners, ) emaciation are cured by the use w w3t Diarrhota.Dvsentery

but with the ai.i of the local police order of Dr Tierce's Ool..en Medical! ,: the Bowel trouble of; .r.f. Children of Any Age
Thnusand4 ulio have
was restore and none escaped. I Discovery. I /
I 1i1lJ.f11
e.y Aids Digestion, Regulate :
Len cured by this attest
fl" I
V the fact. thBowls.Strumktnt e
DIED ON HIS WEDDING DAY. invited to consultDr. 1 J.S01 .
Sick people are ( Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists
Pit"rcc'y k-tler./ All correspondence .".. i.ct l:1 ," TEETHING EASY. I,
or mail 2i; reels to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO. -
Peculiar Error In Deceased's Will i held as ) privateand
HS a cleaner, soap doesn't begin to compare with May clIli.lenti.1LolJrl Dr. ITLORESCE''S.:('.. Nov.2". I"1 was f.rt advised by our tartly |ibv.: jn la Charleston to ow TEETHIS' !
Invalidate Instrument | sacredly :!>S flit "jr bi!'y ..N n but a vory JOJDI infant,as a 1'e1ur of t".u i, ,and to warm and iwwten thettomafk. '
R. \'. IV-rce Iluflalo. X. Y. t.l'r it..i- u*e"i'wt., -,'tbmtr -uS.'sariitsrff"thas T.. .of u' dtob*.oieryben 'icialandsofreefromd
Gtand liapiilMich.I \ ., May: L'l.-E. L. '' for Golden fitini ',..' I.':..11.; il'' L- 'ifdiii1and S tJt.t:; it w rhata. Tnvtirt.jard K.-afarasa aLa thrM
GOLD DUST Mcl'ourell. ill 11\"p who died accept no substitute 1 .)..: 'r 'I. i"+ .leoftivi I. <. -f .- d''.aLI.-"'is m new in tb.b 'o-.andnnt'Ithetr..!hm(;tf"uWeJ at IIv.r.Sal
on. in Medical Pi-ovtr." The sole motive II" t.u 1..OS' .r, ,I. n ,' lintiiito. "rf',endar..Io-.I..f mSc h'irnd .111 IT that ao many |'Hiple) u-e tu krep theU i i iI
tl.i.- ity rm: th> date! he was to lia\*' for substitution is to enable the dealerto I bag ..HI. UAKTttLLLM. AYEl lManatjtt Uiily Times and W,,kiy: ) t

GOLD DUST does more work, better work and aoesit mat i ifii! hiss Virginia: Plait of Cm : make the little more profit paid on :,

"finnan. in his \ul! 1 left Jt'.o.iM'u! to estate the sale of less meritorious medicines ;
It saves backs as well as pocketbooks.Made I had the writes Mrs. Po\'ou\\lsbto make H I1ttl..Ur"
cheaper "Thiretars ago Rnp
home old at moment ?
a tar iniiietit wonu-ii Tillie I.mury of rra\tl switch. :Marion Co.. ; motif} duilug spare : ;
-<>, can readily do so, by gell
only! by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Faini.oi.t. Inil. : K ntulk\' Ml settled on my luniZs I took ami bot thedo.tur inn our"Blueine." in per tent commission on all cal.An you indi-pensable artlclttor !

CLcaeo.; New York. Boston. St. Louis.-Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP An 'xdmiiiatior. t.f wM!' shows'' ties'A\ a.a.1'Golden I hail consumption Meilnal IMscovrry.1 and MX am hou.hol.1 u.... r.\.o Lady loii.-linliivil; when th..y ,rr It.. IItlt' sht-rt make the finest t
Blue water \'ou'r us..d.11 tin w< -U; Write todlltI..r.. your territory Is taken bye
that ip.-t"a.! Of "imSicent"! I.o:1I'1.. | thankful to say I am entirely weU'ou may *' "
this Itttrr if lee fit to du ..0.- some one 1.01. and w.- will lend b> return moil: Uo hf wrote "miHpnai.t" oM womt n. and print Dr. 1'ierce's Pleasant you Pellets keep the hen you have sold them, return u- "u,., retaining tile bulani'f'. 1111', ai ytiur COI1Utli'I'I!
I Mon )10 not delay but write at once I I.tddreesGLGNM.tUF'AC1U1tLNG j
this error m siwlling! may invalidate ( bowels in healthy activity. : CO. liept. C 1H Box U t. 1'liila. Pa \ii!

Wans Others to Know. I the Insrrili1H: 'iit, '"

; .iv. ued J>e WittS Little: POLITICAL Arronhns! to the will as originally I THE MADRID FETES.

I .: Ki-era for con-tipatiou and I|I drafted he left $r nn0) to Flora Newton '!

: .. :d liver and they ire all n -ht. I I II of Syracuse, to whom he was formerly King. Royal Family and Foreign TRY Tnt NBW WANT mUMN I

sad tn indorse them for I think NOUNCEMENTS engaged. He scratched her name out I
Princes Witness Battle of Flowers.
w 'r wf find a good tiling; we ought amt substituted that ofliss Platt 1j 1t

(I ....tothtrknow it," writes Alfred ..._.. ..... .. his affec'I Madrid, May 21.-The battle of flow-
----- --- ---- --- i when the ohanee came over
u..II/H: uiucy. Ill. They never I era in the Buea Retiero Gardens yes. TIME TABLE. ;
:r"r, di-trer.s. Ktire safe j>ilN.II.TI For State Senator. tions, and only one of the witnesses! to i r

11 -' Pharmacy: John Sheppard The friend. cf Hon. \V. A. Mount the will was apprised of the change, I I, terday evening was a brilliant success :

.", ,I:...)' 1\.Iu. hereby announce him a* a candidatefor i i which was equivalent to making a new II i notwithstanding the change from LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
Senator from this the rec- i the weather of the few IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1M
i tate will. It Is said the instrument will be sunny past -

llow Ale Tour I4nris. o enitorul i District and respectfully attacked by Miss Newton and Mr. Me- days to a cloudy sky and cool breezes. New Orleans and Mobile. I.
fH .! S, ""iiHPr.licuiva'.l:: kidney Ill, !?' 1m. ak the -upport of all Democrat i The firing of at ----- -- --
cannon a quarter past
=..tree Add atar.IUgltemeasl'u..tuwag'.or> Ii.CABTOnlA. : Donnell's relati\es. |
:4 ;:;
for at the coming primary.For
I! 6 o'clock announced the opening of the So.". ; ;n.3 I Nnh No.5.
il: a 12l m II :1)) p Leave...... Penneola. .ArrIVil 5:00 8 .:OrI p ttJt p
: Representative.The BRIG ALICE REACHES PORT. I i tattle and the cannon were fired again II:;'" a l:27 p tllt II L..avt.... J-Iomatou..._. Leave 2Yi 8 I 2:3 p 7:25. p
3- isKiYr: HsleAlaisg: ;; !r. M. Loftin take I|i at its conclusion at a quarter past 7. III)I a 4:22 p I 2\ a I.'e. ...... lfobllt' ......L..ave It:3" n't'' 12:15 n 5:00 II
.Jttp friendScott | I ...__.. ',:2p 7:*1 a ... ve..New l'rltauK.. Leave ya'lp i 1: Sa
8"-111'1- #+ t7j this mean: of 'iiiuoancinpr him a., a' Her Captain Was Entrusted With Do- ; King Alfonso the queen mother and -No -th '

candidate fur Representative iu the mingo's Government Funds. i i iNw I all the royal family who were accom- .

Lesi-lature from E-cambia county, 'I panted by the foreign princes witnessed l
York. 21.-Captain Inns
de-ire the of all May \0. %. No. .. I No.l No. 5. I
and they support of the brie: Alice which has just and participated in the fete. King 11:41' pm Itl p m Leave ..... PI'D-acola .. Arrive 4alu pm 6:()) a m r
.,. --- - ...... - ... Democrat* in t'.e! cnrcins primary. Alfonso wore the undress uniform of a !1:15am ::iip m Arrive. loDtgoml'ry'aTt' 11:15am 9:35 PDl
reached and in whose the
r > r N *r>*-kxPUBLICITY-% port care ilivam 9'J pm Arrn'e..JsIIDllngham..I..ave Jam; 4:03pm
FOR s '! For Representative. authorities of San Domingo placed:I' captain general. Dr. J. L.1.. Curry 7eSpm Slna m Arrl\'e... :\ah'lIIe ....I.t'I\VtI ...
1 1 the American 2p; )18 m 5:18: a m Arrive .... JAullvllle .....Lt'a\'C 813 pm 2:4S: am
i The friend of Henry C. Clopton their funds amounting to JlluO.OOe:: representative and his 7am li:5vam Arrive. .l.lnelnnatl..I.l'aTe 6pm 11:15pm

j THE PEOPLE. 1 announce tim aa candidate for ; when the revolution recently over. I I party, occupied seats in the front row 1: lam -l:-: 'pm- Arrive- -- -.Mt. Louts-- .1.1'8\1'-- -4:13pm- -- :1)'pm

I repre-eutative iu the! Legi; hture'from whelmed them, says: i i of the tribune reserved for the foreignenvoys. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
) Escambii and 1
county requestthe "1 did not know there was fighting :!: .
it eryWord COob011 a Cent, rupj>ort of all democrats iu the No. 21-Daily 3-Vaily\o I stop where time not shown So.DailY '''No. 2iDailyiL'S5
I'arrived I
andi very Word is Head comiti democratic primary. going on when at San Domingo
March 29. Our vessel was moored Lee Turner Indicted. pm 7:11' a m Ll'an...._ Penacota.Arrive IOJi1 pm IIIO! m
By Everybody.: -- I 1tli night 7:111" ....... Iobl'mla........ 10)11 I 1I.Jt. P to
.. I For Representative.The !> about 190 yards off shore with ropes Knoxville Tenn., May 21.-A specialto 12M1 7:1" .... .. YUlestra ......... \11:8. I 11:01 "
4-X--: '- =:;: = + friends J. T. of the The Sentinel from ;Middlesboro Ky., It: >:I" jli" ......J-scambla. ....... 11):32 5:5; "
Fillinim.. running to trees. Suddenly firing 123\; 7t3" ........_ Mulat ........... 11)JI: I 5'i' .
:no N I'"l..'() 1.IN U.L1ANOnbousrhald I muff !?I.IQI;", utn.ouuce him as a begun and it sounded as though two says: The grand jury at Tineville has ItJ\j" 7.:?'! ? .. ......... Harp ..... ..... IOl i 5e) .
q. . ... ... I candidate for the le; i-lature, subject afterwards indicted Lee Turner, charging him l2a 1" 7'i"' .........641t City....... 1015 II: "
great; armies were fighting.Ve I .. .......... .. I'
., > furni- j to tl.e democratic of ItiI'4" ; v" Stilton ..... 10:10 1Ij "
M -.<*, cows und all kind of primaries discovered that the rebels succeeded with bring an accessory before the 1:5) am. ... ...... Good Range..... ...... I 4:5.'i' ,.
: s ; 'v. Term htncteata pt-r- July 15. and ask for him the support fact in till killing of Charles Cecil and 1\\: .I'i"' ...... .... Holts ... ...... .. 9:85 I 43.1 "
p Hay in gaining an entrance to San .,
.4.t"e4. Apply to A. A. fisher, ; uf all democrat. 2S) a.5 I" ......... ;\IIIlIRall ....._ 9r7 I 4:11 "
.' I'"I>'!.)I htr."t.'I Domingo. John [Joy'.!'. who fell in the" quarter 2:3i: to ":' i" ..Crestvtew......?. 8:1:1: 41\ .4
For house battle Middlesboro. 111" 8:31" .....,.lJ .er Land ..?.. :55' 8a "
Representative.The "The in order to the near
q i. I.KNOoa I improved real "sitr.'i governor save I II::'S" 11:11 ...... Mossy eal ? 1:11\ "
friends of CIa M. Colton an contents of the treasury, gathered all 4.11.1" 9535: eFunlakt4prings. s n" l:4.1 "
\1 or small amounts at low
Ii" j U" _.... .... ....._ "
: Argyle
nUllctt im candidate for : %::11"
: Call on Leslie ": Brooks as a : repiesentative 1 Court of Inquiry Called.
the and hurriedly sent it to
"' t ..., .. money my '0"1' 8\1" .....Ponce dtl Leon..... 7: 'II" 2:1:1":
: 11\ ia J"il.s. faiafox bt. r6mlw in the legislature from: ship They came and demanded an accounting Naples Italy. May 21.-A court of 11:00" 11110' to... .. .Welt\'lIIe...._ 7:11" 155 "
scambia county and they a-k the j &;11'1" 1'15'' .. ..... l'aryvllll._._. 7lt.. 1:40 "
of all democrats in the '! : before I sailed away, how. ) inquiry has been organized on board 11:1:1"01$1': ........Honlfay......... 6:55 1' 1 11 ..
M''Mr i-l> \\'-lJo you need money support com- ever." I the United States cruiser Chicago toinvestigate 6In, 11't ........ Lblpley .. ..... 1I1": 1:11' "
borrow any amount you wantti inz primary.For I II" It:"1 to ..(''ottondale....._ 8:1't.. 12:69
-.:Uj: .'"-aMeii.. terms and lowest rates I the arrest of officers of I 7.1"' Itt to .........Iarlanna........ 1\(1)) I!:I. noon"
a.' w obtainableon .mproved city real County Treasurer. Tonrhlnv. I that vessel at Venice April 25 last. 1:11) ". 11:45 to. ........... Cypr"i .... .... 5M 11-Vl a tD I
a:>-- !rum \V m. tlber.It:! !, Mouth Pala- 7tIJ. 1I:5t .....Grand RJdgll.... lir "
lies7:54 -
t.!- i In-a I announce myelf a candidate for "Are you a married man? Inquired i The commander of the Chicago. Captain I .' I!:o.) noon ,. .... .... nl'adt .. _.... II::I"I I 100); .. I
-- renomination for the position of 3:15: 1 :15"
the In'1uisith'eitrau er."No James II. Dayton was appointed Arrlvl.RlvrrJnnctiollLI' 5:111" l:5 "
Tr VHT WANT T'l BORROW MONEY county treasurer of Ecambi county ;: .
sir replied the other sadly. -- -
1 Nest mon"Y.ln.uro! your property pro- president of the court.
to tt action of the demo-
subject e
abstracts of title buy or sell real es- critic ;! "Oh.I said the first "1 trust you willpurdtin ---- -GOLAY=4J Buy a new garden hose
a- rent property of icription, have i rimary.
me for referring to your bereaMmint. I
f 'ollected or your taxes attended to, J. W. FRATER. TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. from on t. or address Tbos. C. Watson t Co. 1 should' not have opened Constant motion jars the kidneys I!I Grist and Corn Meal Mills f the Tr''illis Hardware
itate and Insurance agents, Pensa- For Tax Assessor.I such a touching subject" ;
a, Fla. Charges moderate To everyone which are kept in place in the body I Company.II. .
buys a lot from as aC will lend 11\0n..y hertbanuuunce myself as a'' "Touching describes it beautifully, I
gulch to bUild a hou .. td-tf candidate: 'for re-election as Tax Assnr murmured the other. "It is hard to by delicate attachment This is I F. GONZAltEZ d CO., Prop, I __

se- for K.-cambia county, subjectto pay $15: a week alimony."-Ohio State the rea-on that travelers trainmen, :I Manufacturer 1
I 'or Its- street car men, teamster and alii
nl.I the actiot. of the democratic primary Journal. : CHOICE MKAL AM) PUKEGUOUNrI CHOICEST
who drive
** very much suffer from i
( kSi I "It I Wn nu-lv furimiii-d room, at W. \\'. RICH A KII>. kidney disease some form. Fo- i I i STOCK FEED.
ucouth .spring l .tree[. altt l ley's Kidney Cure strengthens the Patronize Home Industry, for there li -OK-
- ---- --- For Tax Collector.I kidneys and cures all forms of kidney every reason yon should buy vonr Meal andHtockFeed
'I.-Ll:: 111:1.1' 11 ANTIfTtIMl'o ). A WEAK STOMACH and bladder disease. Gen H. from the Home Manufacturer,
--.. --- ---- hereby announce myself as a Hausan for by so doing you encourage home Indni- f FgUI1S AND COHFECiIONr ij f[ [ f
'.\:\ to learn harder trade. caudidate'for re-election as Tax Col. When the stomach is weak locomotive engineer. Lima j try. Your money Is left In the community
Here l In 0., writes, 'Constant vibration ef i and you in turn are Indirectly benefited.In .
yourcliance:only eight weeksfd lector for Kcambia county, subjectto your food remains undigested, :
fostering the home manufacturer
steady prat-Hue, expert instruc- the action of the democratic primary the engine caused me a great deal yoc
li'turestoil and you fail to receive the prop. contribute to the cause of labor ) ou owe 1'-
prre. ntrdaagecMaturdlplomai of trouble with kidneys
my and I
15. tttotbeommanltylnwhtchyon live and
nourishment from
er it.
Try a
granted po'ition< euaranCalalogue -
A. H. D'ALEMBKKTE. got no relief until I used Foley'sKidney which oontrlbntei to vonr support. C
mailed frt>" Moler HerberSea ,: dose of HOSTEITEK'S: STOMACHKITTKRS .
Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte
Orleans La.
mStf -- -- -- -- ,
___ __ after each meal. It ,
n For Tax Collector.
I 121 S. 1'alafoxstreet.

\'ut.......-- -....tV..... -It'cl.----..- -- The friends cf Henry Bellinger announce I I,I of will digestion aid the stomach and prevent in its DYSPEPSIA work I Pocket cutlery and sets- 11 East Ggnrin! St.t ,

\\ \\TKD-A good solicitor; will pay him, a candidate for Tax! CONSTIPATIONMIL- Do you want a magnificent; watch i Isors from the finest to the Formerly Cordova
> -:commission to ngbi on. .\d.H Collector of Ecambu county, sub IOI>NESS, and XEKVUCSNK&S.Try : for little money? If !"o, call on Restaurant Stand
care this office. mltfVnii ject to the democratic primary to he Stephen, the jeweler. He will ac cheapest, at the Willis Ole car-load of Pineapples at 11.75

field July 15 1102! and request the it.HOSTETTER'S commodate you. I Hardware Co. to $2.00 per dozen.

\ support of all D* !nr crat..
.. .. -
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\\ 1 N m: >--\Vork by deservlni lady -.lth For County Commissioner.The STOMACH BITTERS. -
v '.tl I small children to support. Sew1111 -
frieuds of J. W. Brewton of
; wnything. Mrs. WilsonK'
,i'di-u street. district No. 5 announce him a* a

candidate for re-election from
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\\' ANTKD-A11: klnfli Of empty bear district subject to the action of the A Wade & Son E.8rawner'sOne-PriceCashHouse'

OOttlrl A.rKIIDMAS..' QOVVK primaries July 15. ,

FClt0 A 1..1':. For County Commissioner.Mr. .
---- < REAL ESTATE s
i Frank John-ou hereby announces t .CUT PRICES
F most desirable lot In IN TWO !
.. ''on eu y terms! by the Fisher himself as a candidate for
s. lI18:. Rental Aients ani>{ Money Brokers
: Agency 2W.1!, Mouth Palafoi relection as county commissionerfrom uas

l almM district four, Ecambia county, ,

L'OU111'ItY. subject to the will of the democratic ii.S Wi'-t (SmtTiiiinMit St. Iln) "'ard Dress t Hwisse; worth 6c' 20 dozen Ladle Lisle Thread I 50 pieces Medicated
r __ voters iu the coming primaries. He '. yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. Vests, worth 3-5 cents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yardi! in a piece, Cotton worth

t '" "" r ''OMB BROWU: HUR8t doe; this for the reason that he cents. bees for this sale sOc.7'2c,10 .
City Surburban Property and 100) yards Dress Dimitys worth ,
-iv., .'ly stock and Eggs for Sale l wants the office and thinks he can ,
1 '. at Willis HardwareCo's. 19 Hf be of benefit to the best interests of 1 yards for 45 cents. 1000> Boy's and Men's collars, luO dozen Ladies' Fast Black Fall

ii.viii (HJ-O. the whole count\". If his friends i, Timbered Lands for Sale. | 21))) yards bleached yard wide Do- broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular 10c goods,

-- .._h and the people interested agree with i mtstic 10 yards for 45 cents. I, 200 Ladies' Madras and Whitefor this sale, 6}-'c a pairI pair for
r: S\R\H him he will their I. ) .
BEIRVE-Mannfactnrer appreciate
1 sup
al d dealer ia l:air Goods, Hats Toilet port. Rents Collected, Prompt Retarns Wade' Xyards) ; unbleached Hea Island I !Waists,jc. worth 75c and $1 to close at
1 H 100 dozen
.. irOU. 'tc.,8-' W. Government I Men's Seamless Half
I i yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45
For County Commissioner.I I Hose, in brown, red and black for
--=--' -= i Valuable City Property, Improved I 5') pairs Lace Curtain, 2'a yards 6c a pair..
1.1.." ,...... l'or 1'unerult.. hereby announce myself as! a > long, regular 75c goods, to close at
c.ludijate"for re-election a* county i: and Unimproved i 1 21>>) yards Embroideries, regular 45 c. 25 dozen Men's French
F WKIW KOR KUNKRALSnrnllned"cptly commissioner from district of Es- I ;;; price IJi to alto' 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under Shirts
g II worth
: in bouquets orpeclal design for Sale. I 25 We, to
St cambia actionof i ; Large Turkish Bath Tow
the close
t county subject to at 25c each.
II"tt" Drawers
)Moreno sa::: We t to
Gregory match.
', 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks els
worth 2 will
-) Adam the democratic primaries July 15, j : | close at 120.
Houses for Rent. worth Ie) and 10 for S5cents. 30 dozen Men'a
and ask the support of the voters. ; List with Us your 1 12-2c yards 20 dozen Fancy
( l.'T FL/WI:R&4.i : 24x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c; each. Draw
- ......... JOHN. WELSH.For Towels, for this sale, at oOc dozen. ers to match.
\ T fLOWKRS: and Moral Lt'llgnl- 1 We Guarantee Satisfaction. !i iOOO yards Dress Cross Bar, worth
.,,. "I' i lal l designs ordered for customers, County Commissioner.The 33 dozen 23x12-inch Towels, reg 2 dozen Ladles' Black
'* S'iC, 10 yards for Si) cents. Colored
I: .@1,,j Idle Moreno K west Gregory 2\ld1m friend of W. A. !Shelby hereby i > ular lOc goods, for this gale, We Silk Taffetta Waists, regular price

announce his candidacy for re-I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. $3.50, to close at $2.20 each. .

Slimmer Law School. election as county commissioner 1! with tape In neck, 6 vests for 25 5oi3 yard White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positive)
di"trict0.. 3 of Escambia yiF. not run
from cents.
I regular 12J4 quality 10 yards for b5c. for longer than
UNIVERSITY one week.
OF VIRGINIA. county, subject to the action of the W. C. ROWE, M. D.

!mountain SJd nmmt'r. July democratic primaries July 15, and ,
-" nt.-mber 1.1:.o':!'. By the Law Faculty ask for him the hearty support of all j Office: 1.S.. Palafoi.Honrsfrom5to9:81a.m.aad .
candidates for the! I E. BEAWNER'S ONE-PRICE
prattItloner CASH
al d 'o who have lacked democrats. 1 to 3 p. m HOUSE[

ma; instruction. For catalogue, ad- and after i o'clock.

R Jll\OR.; Secretary, Chwlottmlll, 'a. atetaryryBeasm.taece Balaam from the:Northern,,,j care ta Wood cou h*. I ph-ono OS. : t >X103; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=gg&



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: r.wU. K.! !11'Ir'lr'I: : I tee baa appointed Senator J. P. ALLOW\ an address reviewing the conditions I UStro esti ifl the fifThe
\\VILL\ t
:1 (, 5. Taliaferro of Florida a member of which had led to the organization,

: i Politics and : the finance committee. General in October of last year, of the asso- .

I' .J a jj= headquarters will be at Washing.ton A Relative or Friend to Pass ;; elation; its results to date, and its 42il Annual Statement fur lost

. Ft EBtered**lecood-claM at the Post matter.Office at Pensacola I r! !AI'I while the executive committeewill Into the Dark Valley Simply ,, purposes and hopes for the future. Ending December 3"', l&oi nl

idi be located at Chicago. A sab- I He paid an eloquent tribute to the
: OFFICE :Htft. Building, 811}$ South Politicians -
. f. f Utoz ttreet, op-ttairs. *. a.i committee will be appointed to manage Because the Doctor DeL j j advantages,superior export I THE[ (EQUITABLE

}m THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. t' | { the congressional campaign in sires to Cling to Medical i, facilities and natural attractions ,

i -> 'yyiry.y y.ary azMr: i the| South. of Pensacola; and also to the
t I. B. HILHON, Managing: Editor. L [ AS&URICE& % [
1 ? ijmm
' if W. M. BALL, Business Manager. The leg-pulling brigade is at work THE POLITICIAN. Etiquette ,, rare business qualifications and successful :IlIf
and what to the candidates management of President I
i r Terms: Invariably in Advance. they are doing Assets! .
; -
t !
OU Year by Mail ._K On is a plenty. I, A HANDSOME Miller. I C3> 1fIReerve
; and
.j f.f. Biz Months .. .. ... .. .... :* 50 I PAINE'S CELERY Messrs. Wm. Fisher, W. 8. Key- .other Liabil. 259.y;; ; -..
Oat Carrier, Payable Monday 10't The next meeting of the Demo ,
set' L. Hilton Green and John Den- -
tdrtrtitirg Rates Furnished on Application cratic League of cambia county PUBLICATIONTHE Surplus(from which Divtl
't I COMPOUNDIs ham were called upon and responded dends are paid). t .
I 1. 2' 1,
will be held at Clutter's hall next
l' I:' TELEPHONE NO. 118.PE5SAOOLA !1 briefly, and Vice President Monroe
Thursday, May 29, at 6 p. m. All Is Daily Sating Previous Liter Paid to Policy-holders In
.i NEWS has received a copy of j : -about one o'clock a. m.-tetlninat- I I () ...f i77'-x; :

democrats are invited to attend the the St. Anguetice Record's "Conse After Proiiounced Failure's ed the festivities in a happily-word- j'New' Insurance in 1901 ..$ 24.9i.: *:
unON! ELrr meeting and enroll their names as
cration Souvenir" issue, giving in 1'hyi.ieiau.. ed Totallni'urance in force
y; members. An interesting feature I ,I speech. Dec. 31, 1901.". .. .U.l'J.;! .J7! -'
detail the proceedings! and ceremonies The months just passed of the ;< The organization embraces in its
will be the report of the committee j Notwithstanding the greater: fit .41,
have bereavement
MAY 22,1902.THE of the consecration of Rt. present year brought ) membership about 25 of the leading I cial strength of the Society and
as to whether the league shall make and dark clouds of sorrow to : *
t Rev. William J. Kenny as Bishop of many homes in our land. Fathers, I''< establishments manufacturing; greater security which its p.r.holders .
in New any further endorsements or not. thereby enjoy, the RATES
beef trust managers mothers, sisters, and brothers have
St. Augustine on the Ibth inst. at the
I timber In West Florida and South are LOW and 'GUARANTEES .
rattled and have been forever removed the grim 1I :*\
York got They do say that;caucus wa recently ancient cathedral in that city. I I ter' than given by other comps: -.
emigrated in a body to the wilds ofNew reaper death. The large majority ;;; Alabama and is, probably, the only |
held on West Hill. where in | The "Souvenir" is beautifully | of such could have been saved had i'
Jersey to escape the unpleasant I j one of its! kind in the southern states. I
j their friends given them! Paine'*
inquisitiveness of the federal l! solemn secret conclave the question printed in clear type on heavy cal. j Celery Compound, instead of tl e Its! extraordinary success in the KXOWLES BROS.,

authorities. of the Myers club indorsing''i endered paper, and i is richly embellished -i i worthless medicines the sick ones complishinent of its purposes, to ac-I
--- > were forced to swallow. Gf'oeralI"nrll,
AND now the fact has leaked out candidates for the legislature and for i: with fine half-tone portraitsof j! In many families a too slavish ;i! mutual advantages of all interested :
309 H. Palafox St.. PENSAi .
county offices was discussed. What the Cardinal Gibbons obedience to medical dictation kept I Ii i.I i. "
funds to ] new bishop I In the timber indicates
that Tammany are 3uuOUO I'' I the true life saver from the sick and i sawn industry, -

the bad, with no one privy to the will the answer be? and the other distinguished clergy I dying ones. Past record of marvel- ,j I that its membership may ex-
method deficit occurred I IHon" ''ous cures and victories wrought byj I
John :;. Heard and W. B. who participated in the imposing Paine's i t and throughout other "sections of Your Money
Celery I
except Ross Croker. That's whyLewis ;, Compound were ig1Pnored ,
l Nixon Lamar, candidates: for congress, are | ceremonies. It is a product of theecords by medical men; in a word it': the South or its enterprise be initiated ,
resigned. I i' unprofessional in their estima1i ,
R estab'vIhhment
--- --- ----- splendidly equipped !
scheduled for a joint debate at )Iadi- i!, tion to introduce the life giving m other localities.
GAY.NOK and Greene are back i in son atnrdar. Mr. Myers, too, and as such is a credit to 1 Compound. I #
result of shrewd t Ah Remorse is its "1 Never Knew: Pain Killer Co rail
Quebec as the a the publishers and to the state. i now doing ,,.
ought to be there but he does ''
r legal movement whereby the writ of j I not i iI I quiet but effective work, and those before what caR the matter be? ;1 A

habeas corpus which had been sued appear to be overly anxious to put\ Copies may be had: from the Record most closely interested are sutlering Where is the bottle? There. I' woii II'
for their neglect. thought !'o; it is not Perry Davis'
oftlce :
at ten cents each. !
j the of him=elf in where he would
served position
out was upon governor I' | Will you, dear reader, allow some Painkiller at all, but i something the

1 the prison ia Montreal to which have to answer pertinent questions !I Bold. t'|> a Conjiref-Mnan. 1!!dear relative: or friend to pa-s frolll ,.idruguit inut have made himself't BUFFALOBaking
they had been committed. But I life without making an effort to save' and I did not notice it ; I have u-"d i

they will have to meet the extradition I|i Ion the spot. I "At the end of the campaign:'1 the perishing one by Paine's Celery i Painkiller for years for diarrhu-a, II
writes Champ; Clark, Missouri's ;i Compound? The virtues and powers cramps and stomach aches ana it PowderDoes
i proceedings, all the same. ; A comicality that would arouse | brilliant cocgres-mau, "from overwork I of Dr. Phelps' prescription are won- never failed." ,

--- ---- I'the risabilities of even an Indiana nervous ten-iun, to-s of !sleep, drously far reaching and mighty. .
Nov that both houses not Give PerfiSatisfaction ,
Congress i and con-taut speaking I had about; Even though your friends have suffered CONCERT AND DANCE AT'
have united in the enactment of I( medicine man is the antics of :some !II i utterly collap=ed. It seemed that all long, and have come to that !i MAGNOLIA: BLUFF THI.'I+s '

law which will cause the settlementof 11 I of the alleged friends of Fred Myers the organ m my body were out of I'order where the physician is helpless' DAY NIGHT. TRAINS AT 6, t'::iu
Florida's ancient but i 1!i. I' but three bottles of Electric: ,. to save, even then, there }is a blessed ANDS. LAST TRAIN RE TURNS:
y righteous i \in Escambia county. :Fiat they or- Bitters made we all right It's the |:':, hope i if Paine's Celery Compound i is AT 11:50.; TICKETS 25; CENTS.AT .
Indian war claim, it remains for th '
lginized a Myers club. and when bet all-rr aod medicine ever sold used. DEPOT.
president to perform the final act i over a dru::gi-t's counter." Overworked i|I I The desperate cases cured in the -. I

necessary to give effect to the law. i"John Beard: picked flaws in the past ruu-Jown ic-u and weak,, : past and the number of precious j ji Foley's Honey and Tar
I : sickly women gain health lives saved, is the bright, the living i
Upon no consideration of public 1 political history of some of its offi- splendid i No opiates
and from that Paiue's
vitality Electric Bitters proof, Celery Compound 1
policy can he justly refuse to do so.Go .leers' < they thought him an awful
: Try them Only 0c. Guaranteed by I;>11: makes sick people well. II i, Marston fy Qaina carry x 1
menu man. Then General Lamar's W.. A. D'Altm&ertc, J'l south Pal-I'I - -
\". HEAKII of Louisiana borrow \ afox street. FAST COTTON COLORS of UlAMuNU /the largest line of matting, 4 1

', i ed 10,000 with which to nuke exhibits ;, 'friends oranized a club and im-j j DYES: ner crock or Isd t!. Take DjJ otbtr. rugs, window shades, etc.,

at the ISuUalo and Charleston Ii j mediately they cried out "Treason --- -- -- -- t -
in the We
city. lay our ,
t expositions, and the state was so''!' i to Beard !r' and they went to work LAW DEPARTMENT j OF THETIMBER
creditably represented, even with matting free.Pyny.Rrlaarn Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
: with might and main to try to make
that sum, that at the latter place its !j STETSON UNIVERSITYi Slop*the Tickling ,: ---- --

5 exhibit won .'6 gold medals, 17 silver I Heard mad and get him out on the : BARONS aDd qnirLTy snare iiprtftmmt.tmt tlr'1ruat 1| It makes delicious biscuitn
( i ._______
flu -
medals and :3 bronze medals. The war-path. In who-e interest? Do -- etc. :=.L ;
i Plant a spring garden. 1 You can prove this-,bv -
i ?
legislature, now in session, is con j 'they care a snap whether Beard get j i Attention is called to what the The Willis Hardware Co. BFFFAT-O a trial.

fidently expected to not only The banquet given last night at
pro- one vote or not? Certainly. Mr. j Law Department of John B. Stetson OS Ah E. MAl'
I It sell the tools
vide for the payment, of the loan but i'Beard's Hotel Escambia by the sawn Timber can you cheap. !oal
speeches, quoting from : I
University has to ia another
x say
to appropriate a liberal :sum for an I!
Myers' record, have ef'c'fective. Manufacturers' Association of |BANNER SALVE Ag.J
6j exhibit at the .St. Louis exposition. ben too ,

r -- -- --- Beard has been gaining II i This school wa opened; two years West Florida and Alabama, compli- j I the most healing: ealve In trw world>
THE county committee of Levy I| J I to their R
; rnentary friends :
county at its recent votes in the same proportion that i i ago a? a regular; part of the Univer- : L

for the primary meeting registration provided II Myers lost them. Now they hope to city at Dr Land and it* success has I land business associates, was one of L ORANGE MINT '

prescribed by the state committeeby I switch him otl on an attack of Lat inirkeJ. This is the only Law I the most elaborate and enjoyable ,

arranging that each member of I mar's friend* in the hope tnat toeI i School in Florida and it certaiLlyiI !i I'social events of the season. Covers Is a New DrinkAT J t'r

the committee with a list to be will forget his j were laid for about seventy-five, the i i! 1
I carefully prepared I j merits the hearty support it has received i
furnished by the county supervisor, participant being about equally divided '-AT-
speeches on Myer's record.
shall proceed to register ;| from the people of the state. !
"all white
i )Ir. Bt'ard.ha5 : in number between the ...A [)ERSON'S...
democrats on the lists" who will be I a number of warm I 1friends school offers to young men pre- 1
i and members of the association and j : i
eligible to rtgi-ter i and vote at the: in E-cambia county and! :i paring to practice law in Florida, .

next general election.1' Candidates: ; they are going to vote for him. advantage they cannot obtain ele-1 i their Pen*3cola guest ... :-_ ';0, r.':._ ';>,_ ;. ... : _: { ; .-::-,

were assessed a< follows President T. R. Miller of Brewtou''
: Memberuf
I )Ir. Beard's friends have the same where. "LATEST CREATIONS"
the legislature, *!9; collector and and
I presided, at the foot of the board
I right to organize a Beard club here The elates i i. -15I -
are i small, which in i ,
| treasurer
assessor ,
; $10 commissioner "
; .l I Vice President E. 11'Ol. HAVE TO
that the was L. Moore of HNATl H
and members of school board If Myers men had to organize; '| sures to each i student personal at ':
I HigMrade
3 of the i a Myers club or the Lamar ; River FaU Secretary M. A. Rabb Stationery, !j A Quick
| ; justice peace: $2.MK. men to> !11I tent ion. The diploma admits to the | Lunch,
I' ; of Brewton, acted as mater of vets ,,. ..c OffiCE SUPPLIES .* t I
organize a Lamar club. | I
CAKXKUK'S I j I bar, which shows the high character i 1 WHY NOT DO IT HKRK
proposition to
The j mouie and Treasurer Alex :\McGowI Newspapers and Ptrio.icals (
organization of the i <
pay back into the treasury the twenty Myers of the work done. A regular ] ->

millions paid to Spain for the club was not treason to Heard, I j course is given in Florida Pleading',I i! Jr., of Brewton was active in pro <. THE THE :& I Our waiter service, perfect is as management rapid as w' "

Philippines if thereby the "re"tora.tiOR I I neither was the fact that the Demo : :and Practice. During the senior i I l motiug the soccer of the occasion '. Parker "Lucky Curve" M I! modern facilities: can make it

of our republic to tlrst printplea" 1- erotic League endorsed Lamar. : The evening's festivities began; at ; ten-minute eater can appea-
| "
;year a course i given in actual' Fountain Pen. hunger without impairing hit<
can be ellected, i* of no force(: !!
The truth is that sirs Beard's Court< work, the proCeedUfE and prac- about half past nine, with the following tion.
whatever, however sincere he may : BENNETT'S
) friends have been They'I i lice being based on the attractive menu, the several ,
too slow. practice : The 20th
pre- :>
have been in making it. That sum ::o_ !!s. .'lil: r\ !'II. I' Century
i I should have i I coiling in this state. | item of which: were artistically prepared .: . .. .. ,
would not make u< whole for the, organized a Beard club i j Every Floridian who llr .T o : "w '. l ;I nc',tallrant- <).

money cost of the i islands to date, |i here early in the: campaign. They ', Conte m-1 I by the Ecambia's excellent .
I plates enterinz a law school hould'give serves a variety of excellent <
not would the abandonment r f should have read the t-igns; of the ; a careful consideration i chef and elegantly served under the > specially prepared and suitabl<

them to their inhabitant: he wise or '. times when the Myers club was urI ,i advantages. to these" personal; supervision of Proprietor'Joslyn t'Y\ GEORGE hasty eating.
; : Our Sandwiches
humane. :Senator: IJacou'; reolu- and Dairy fare
I itauized. They knew when the Good :' who with his stall, had taste M really delightful.
tion is, in the last extremity the WON'T l'OI.LOWU'JCI; AITKIt''' ,

only rational solution to the pro b i I Government call was issued that its I!| PAVING .on I r. ,i: fully decorated the banquet hall I I.h..e111..

lem. '' wu not in the interest of Mr. Beard:, !:' In a recent article a prominent I I I and tables with a profusion of flags t Pearl & Blumer

-- -o what the good of his permitting physician ,.a 's, "It i.* next to impo-- ''''streamers and cut dowers: 1 216 K. Palafox St.;
sible for the ,
gt hipa.I- '
his enemies to) stir ; | Cavaire on Tuat.
up hiangry
TARGET PRACTICEAT tient to carry out any prescribed I'I
pa ion against men they hate a* tour-e of hygiene or diet to the ,i I: Oysters Halt Shell < OD OmD1p. clearOlive w

much as they do him? smallest: extent; he has but one re-1 i ii I *, ladlsbtS-altt'd: Almond Now\\ Is Your Time

THE BLUFFThe I i sort left namely: the drug treat-I' BrodrdYompano. shot-string Potato _
I Tenderloin of l>.-f with '
Chairman I
Griggs of the Lament.1 i|, medicines are used1 1r Ill v \
for Larded Mo'hroomsItoiled
Democratic Congressional: : Commit-1, chronic constipation, the mo't''
i mild :-and gentle New Potatoes with Draw Hull- r
obtainable such aa'
members of flattery B are now Clumbf-rlain's: :Stomach: and Liver flinch a la Cardinal.

' for h 100 Doses 'TdbleB I, should be employed. Their !j 1 i i Broiled+pnogChtckeoonToehtultt. GOOD WHi CHEAP t r
at work arranging a target: ? < ot use is not followed by constipation rrncu Kea

at their range at Magnolia half on i a* they leave the bowels in a natu. i i. Lettuce and Tomntoetau MayotinnNv. .1
ral and healthy con iti"n. For sale ,! Vanilla Ice l"r -am. :Him' bprrle-
the 4th of July.It For One Dollar by all drtiirci-t-i and u.eJicice dealer I- ': Assorted (lasts ,
Bent's Water .... t rt11 '.1\ ,, lb.
will be remembered that this ; biscuit. Edam Cbp' "o/ >.- ) =\0-

company did some excellent shooting Economy in nu-dirine must! be THK 1'1.1HO':: .\ I UrauKes Coffee.Caoana: Ladi,.' M mare-uaranteed!

F last, and they should receive measured: by two thin s-'o.t ami, SUKF H\THIN(. fXT.BMSHMK.TV : As N the principal labors <>l th ;,I I fortes-, yt-ir+. r../ul1 r |.{,.tJlI

encouMgment from all interested caret It I'allllot l lie nwasured L Bathing in the warm ?ulf waters i is evening were drawing to an end : It's a Mistake j j wllf..-'. ... .. .. .. .. .. f .

parties. either alune.; It ii is greatest in that conceeded to \>f the finest in the I! along with the fruit and the colfe |I Lad'r.' .-"c< 'it- guaranteed
1 inrdtcine that world. Everything pleasure with I
-- - dyes the must for l there was, of j i for.--> y-jr-. -h'ulir \:ioj.IlJ
I safety. Good board and lodging, i course some speech First-Class Western Beef I Is !
the by I . .. .. .. .
that for .
:Foley's Honey and Tar contain*: hustle) radically and i er-l the day or week. Luncheon making.. Secretary Rabb, to whom grad .f; '

n.. opiate and can safely be srivento manrtitly cures at the least ex- ly served at all hour*, day f>r night.CHAKLKS Not 25 Cents a Pound. !115; ? hid guartnted
I H. HTRTOX i!: been !1""i ig ned the oHIee of toa=rmaster ,
children. W. A. D'Alemberte,. p 121 fo'. Palafox street opened proceeding h Look at our Prices: >
._ __
-- i Hood's Sarsaparilla CONCERT AND DANCE AT a plea-ing address, reciting the cir- '; Laiit nar. Now !V {,
Extra Loin ..lieto16c S0c! '
SURF BATHINC EXCURSION. It purities and enriches the LlcMxl I l' '! NIGHT. TRAINS:: AT h. S:30 AND ,: cum-itauees leading to the pre e nt Round... .. .. .. .. ]5c luc ;> ASTONISHING !
9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT occasion and extending a mot Brisket
cures pimples cor- Chuck. eczema and
all IIM.; TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT Rib Roast ..... .. ..
Enterprise tic Ifec
The Steamer:: carry. : eniptinns, tired, languid feelings DEPOT. i dial welcome to the guests! of the a;;'- I Ramp .... .. ..... .. lot 15c; ,! >
surf bather and pleasure seekers to ___ I l|I sorl1tion.
the life saving station Thur"day, loss of.ipprtite and general debility. Garden tools in endless i Considering quality, above prices I Buy a Wheel. Work has begun
Hon. W. A. Blount responded 1 in are cheaper than in any other city of i
Friday and riaturdiy afternoon; J, "I here t..krn Hfx.l'! Sar wharf at 6:31) ; found it ivha'.I end invire hi-j happiest vein on behalf of the We do have
leaving Palafox sharp.21ni2t pt-rttct 'litifa prices at the Willis to pay more for our i ride everywher-!
tl\"'u. It takrs away that tlr..l ft-dug. Irino.. guests.! Hon. J no. C. Avery followed meat and have to charge more I I

---- etrrgr.hdtutstheblood in jro xl "Adtpo n. Co.'s.OA'BTORIB.. than formerly, but it i-n't our fault. !
Mi-- Err:!: C.U'\>E. ISIS: liith Street, N Woo |I with remarks which were well tceived. e- and we are gelling low
as as we
line of sterling silver : possibly
The finest W...lU1.On. D. C ,'
ends and silver novelties is to be Bearathe lie Ltd ltr Nat 1 oa.1;$ can.

please fnundatJ.all. I. Stephens'. Prices to I; cure Hood's and Sarsaparilla keeps the promise.promises to ftgtatcred: 4 Mr. E. M. Lovple" of Brewton ;,!I PARLOR MARKET, F. B. BHUGE.y .

.v I II i was the next speaker, and delivered Phone 173. .'no. !S. Hell & foifll".1

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C O'NEAL, President; r F. C. NORTON Cashier I
W b.i.' 'fOSHEE.Vice-President; OoMeMect' tateme n t of the M. E. CLARK A.'t C hi.r. THE WEATHER R. HALLIDAY & CO. II



Values in Worthy Merchandise I

FORECAST-Fair tonight and Friday {,

RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ; fresh easterly to lontherly winds.

Tj'u-jnd J:1e Loan.. 459,271.47 42,086.14: Capital Surplus Stock.. 200000.00 10,000.00 Decided Reduction for the Coming i
Temperature in last 24 Hours:
: 2,634.33 Net 7.E26.51 .
r. Bonds and Premium.... ............ ..oo.oo Rediscounts..... ...... ............ .... .... 121,400.00 Maximum___.................. .. .. .... degrees {
r. ............. ...... .. Minimum...._..-.._ ......................70 degrees .Week ::
virEiture and Fixtures 6718.48 Circulation. .... .... ...... .. .... .... 75,000.00: .. ...
I !R, ; s. 607.75 Dividends Unpaid.: ..... ...... ....... .... 15.00 Temperature Elsewhere:

C&=n and Exchange. 182,893.84 Deposits .... 360,3.0.60 Mai. Min. All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerlysold .15c, now 12'40 ;

Atlanta._ ...... ........ ...... ....i'2 All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at....,. ...20: now IBc i
$774,262.01 $774,262.01 Blimarck .. .. ............ ......74Chicago. 41\
". .. . ... All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold .:!5c. now 20c :
for business October .. .. . .. .7s &1
p is bank opened 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Cincinnati-................._.V... ...M W All Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at...... ...35c, now 25c; i
TlC bu5H-es* prompt, courteous and careful attention. ialveston___. ...... ... ......_ K! .e our
Huron.. ..... .. .............._._7H 46 i
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I'. Jacksonville?...... ........... .... W 74 For One Week only we will offer our entire line of White Goods, including -
I Kansas Lit?_...... ........... ...M fii &.4 Organdies/French Lawn, Persian Lawns India Liuons etc.; ;
-- Key West. -..: .::.. ..... .... ....... M 78 also our entire line of Table Damasks, Napkins, Dovlies, Towel. etc., and :

Memphl'l'l Mobile ._. .. .. W 76 76 our whole stock of Black Dress Goods at a Special Discount of 12t2%. ;
B. H. FAIRCHILD, TO-DAY'S Montgomery ....M 72
TRUNK CAMEI New Orlt'an&l'l 74 This is a Rare Opportunity to Purchase Reasonable and Staple Merchandise
Sew York. .. .. wt 52 close to Wholesale Cost.
FZIOLBTERER I Savannah.. ._.. ,.* 70 at figures very


!:yet ,Mi' and Refinishing Furniture a


Fbono 4OS. !
I REWTON'S EXPORTS IOOf.Back] Silk Umbrellas, 26-inch, Steel Rod, Close Roll,

baseball team For Maytodate.. ... .... m .........|rtti2;:4 Natural and Sterling Silver Mounted Handles that
R. K. WHITE, I II defendant who is somewhat of a \ : '- arrived at 5 a.
I CLEARED. Sold at $1.85 $2.50 and $3.25
AathmaLcr Manufacturing Jeneler I conundrum was in the city court L m. today and Tug Echo. Fernandez for Sabine Pats Formerly ,
the Park : Am ss l'en.nciila. 1'"* Leech by Half
and lirailnate Optician, : this morning on a charge of being a are at Transit Co for Galveston, with Jfiuo tonco,1 For this Sale $1.50.

I II ,. Hotel, "ready
dangerous and suspicious character.He .r Kr hk Wildwoo'l 141" FntzgeraM. by
vmth PiUfoi .t., Pen'arola, Iii to wrest this afternoon's game from \ master for Ht Johns, N B, In ballast .
gave hl* name as Win. Wurtz,
I the 1'enslculian5." one of them said I II SULED. : HALLIDAY & CO.
y and claimed to be a pastry cook by I Aml-ch Pendleton Brothers Knvtlaad, R ,
I trade. todiy.Vernell. I New 'i ork

NOTE'iTh and Fritz, the Mobile bat- : 193. 33 and 36 Palafox Street.Ladies' .
) The mayor gave him and his wife IT QVARA" TI E. Telephone
HEWS with the Brewton men. It
11 tery, are
until 12 o'clock today to leave town, It order bk ColumbmiM"", 1'aroJi. Montt''ldt' ,
is claimed the that new
otherwise they would have to under by Kr bk J H Masters. 'M, Hank Belize to t SEE THE i
/ ., _J tricks have been learned by them- ( order
go punishment.
.. iwd came down from and of a nature too puzzling for the THE SHIPPING.
: .t I'! Wurtz and his wife seem to have

'I.I -:. : .- >ruing on the City of ; locals to catch on to.
played upon the !sympathies of local VKSSKL8 IN PORT.STEAMsHII'S. Tan Oxfordsf10NDA
i "I.; i. W(,lIes, Owens and Gillmore put
I I chantieand: ha tale sicklier=o;, .
.\ !t.,: r: ii:.' -tnrgeon was brought; up an equally broad claim. The tI\\t'd Atlantf n, liMa\ Sten'-en:! to Penasco-!
: etc., obtained charity tickets to la Lumber Co
d 'WI1It\ : ;':H City of Tampa this boys expect to see all their friendson ., Kr Cynthia, !**, Deans, to W S Keyser ok
Mobile. By this means they were I Co
IJ"fIlIIJ.! I the grounds to welcome thee Span FrancUcn, isty, KchevatTia, to dull Y
to have left the city last night. i I Transit Co tL-
T:.. M i=;"-9 Grain's dancing: cla-s I three former |favorites: of tLe Kr (jlencoe.iVMi. Cooper to orderBr
mil meet Friday evening. All are A trunk of their's was at Hotel 'I Hornby Cattle, Si"? *, Uaudge to luf
diamond. Special trains will be put Transit Co
I i.xitt-d to attend. i Kscambia, but a5 they were indebted I Br Sea*ft'll. 1r.\1! Martinsento6ulfTran.
on to accommodate patrons. ill Co WORTH FROM
T'e I Columbia restaurant has ben' to the hotel the management held Vermont, iTT.1, Oeborne, to lJ W Ha-

!"'.ved to No. 50.1 :South! Palafox the trunk as security. This made Mothert,: Mothers: Mothers: german SHIPS.

.:-H. jut two doors north of the Wurtz mad and he raised sand about How and many constipated children are, with at this bad season stomachand feverish ,, Lumber Nor King Co Cenrlc 1'ec-acola ...$1.50 to 3.00...

i'I -taud.I I the hotel for a time. He did not get headache tb.rUrlu"s- Sweet Ponders "- HARKS
I for children will always cure. If worms I Nor Agatbe, 117s Bjonnvst to 8 S L Co
I -ie Ladies' Aid Society of the I the trunk, however, and his wife are present they will certainly remove Rue Albton.$'.). fcnall. toH b LCo
them. At all druggists.! _'.") cu. Samples I :Nor Hlrma.\(1\1,Johnson to order FOR
I'r..byt"riau church will meet with started in for Clerk Sl 'nor'tt blood. mailed Jo"H"IAddre s Allen H. Olm ted. ItUulscppe I) Albundo,\11(1, Monti to Ko.ASCO -
Mrs.! W.A. Monroe Friday afternoonit LeRoy, N. :Y. Kroo
j She succeeded in being\' put out of Hue Hera, 11 \'j. HogRbloin.: root! B LCo
4 click. i i Kus Lama Vit Burke. to Peutacola Lumber -
i the house, and out of revenge had Co $1.45
1'h8Ieyer Shoe Co. offer special I ; THE JAMES I It lartlnln....>, %rnotoorder
Mr. Say nor arrested for :as-aultiug' ] Nor Mataura. 11M! Hruusganrd to H: F
1 irgaius in children's shoes for I I BhotterCoSor
his hand. Paragon 714, Busch to 8: P Sbotter
the her with - - ---
-urday and Monday. Read RITZ CASE I Co
in their advertisement.airier The pair went over to the depot It 8alnt Antonia de J'ardo\'a.S)1 Quarto,
I to ord..rI
.-- I'ensacola came over : and obtained the charity ticket. I Br W lid wood. II"", KitZKerald: to order BOSTON SHOE STORE
Uus \'sta'at.IAaltonl'n, to S F Sbotter
.1'! uitine this morning and i I! Here the man again kicked up a James: Ritz, the former Pensaco- Co ,

!. to load immediately ];disturbance I and was arrested by: lian who is in jail for bigamy at Birmingham 'i It DueorelleB..NO.Costa J.Rins. to order'H AN (i. roi?(.'IMI.MIK: : proprietor.

.1Iatluscogeewharf.1 I Officer Humphreys. He was sent to I is a brother of :\Mrs. Am James A (Uarneld.SCHOONEKb.<. Hill, to S S I.C'O
I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
V..oly sail this; afternoon :. Hr Union 7., hosier to master
jail, but upon pleadings of hN wife Oiardina of this city. This sister
t I. -: '.. 1
: he was released upon his own c'Jgui.'I''I' this morning engaged Hon. C. H. 1 i 8ACOLA.I A Runaway Team
nrt.'aI|H a Great Secret.tkfd I
Laney to her brother of
zance. help get out BTEAjrSHIPB.: r hit
how such startling: In court today the testimony I I Frida Horn.Upr. sld London March VI --- tw.e2: is sure to do more or less damage to
and Mr.
Laney went to the Za/pirak bat,Span sid Bilbao March :2 .
.' uzlethfbe-t physic ;lhoJ I. I .: a carriage! but whether you need repairing
'.., showed up Wurtz to be more of an county records this morning and obtained \ RARRSAlrxsnder from accident or ordinary
< il IIIY Dr. King's: New Di.r ; Lawrence, Nor Us), Rosario .
: ('inuinptiou. Here's the importer! than anything: else, and an !: I March ? wear and tear bring your vehicle
.. ', ': !: ."'itout the phlegm and I a written copy of a final de- ,I Anita S, It,;i7.:. at TenerlfTe Nov 20 1 to J. M. Hilliard & Co. While our

.'. ": :: 'f-i"> d mucus, aud lets the ollicer of the charities today said I: cree in his divorce action, granted i Cognatl Karsagliere.It! at bidaxona.Marseilles March Ian 11 IIi > : reputation is i widespread for doing-
I I : olive. Mount, It, sid Leltb Jan 1. 4 % all kinds of repairing in the best
enrich and vitil'ii.
: M!I' oxygen that in view of this fact it was not Ritz in t
I'.MJby Judge Virginia It, eld Malaga I A !
i b, .'ii., It heals tee inflamed, I prill"HO""I'K". \ manner at lowest prices we feel"
.:. .w',rn throat and lung. Hard improbable that the good otlices of i I This papel, which i is expected to Geo V Jordan. Am.( bid New York April :7 ti sure that there are a few good people .
Nellie W Hewlett. Am, Md New who don't know that we are unexcelled
I stubborn
Hi coughs would withdrawn I
soon the society be and
play an important in Ritz's trial, ili
part April
'.. I)! Kiug' lea Discovery, i ( in our line, and we want
'I.' -: infallible remedy for all the order for tickets held up. wa forwarded to Birmingham this S'. them to know ufe.
I itul -------- -- i Thos. C. Watson & Co. b Rest Horse Shoer
I' Lung di..t-a..t'> (Juaran- I afternoon and If Mr. always: ready.
necessary :
1 b..titii and Trial the leading Estate
c $IM What Thin 1'olks Need Agents, take"
-tr..- atV.. .\. D'Altmberte's, I Laney will go up tomorrow at thesister's all the worry off the shoulders of the J. M. Hilliard & Co.,
., Is a greater power of digesting and -
of property
< ifi Pll.lfox: -treet.Ml I owners manage the \
assimilating food. For them Dr.King's request and attend to the renting of their; houses and the col- GOP.h No. 80 East Garden St.MEUX'S .

kind* of chairs and New Life Pills work wonders. matter. lection of their rents as conscientiously .
tone and regulate the digestive : as they would themselves.
chairs The records show that Ritz was
rocking at Marston
organs, gently expel all poisons from Their charges are very reasonable.
$ 'Juina's. Prices are the system, enrich the blood im granted a decree en good grounds, -
low. prove" appetite make healthy flesh. and is a free man *o far as his 1'ensadola ; : ( T?!
Only! '!')c. at W. A. D'Alemberte's. 'Save Ioney by buying ;jgt.Jt/ttJJ-

('O\I'EnT AND DANCE AT 121 South Palafox street. better half was concerned.The U your furniture

\(; ULI.\ RLCFF"fHUI::'\DAY allegation in Birmingham iil at Marston $ Otiina's ,
\ "'.HT TILJXAT: :s. S::)" AND CONCERT AND DANCE AT of Shorthand TjjteurilinK anti l-i'traturp.
made that he married in that city at Great Furniture
:. Empo-
: 1'11:11BETt'IN AT
Now i. the! time to enter -chtol.nd prepare for a lucrative position. No
TICKET25 CENTK, AT 1 0 HT. TRAISSAT8r':3OAND I a time he had a wife here. To prove rium. vacation. Night and day Fe""iu!'
9. LAST TRAIN RETURNAT;I the falseness of this allegation was

o :'ib*. t" tie NEWS loc per 11:00. TICKETS: '. CENTS, AT i i, the reason a full certified copy of the '
.. 1i 5sa 2SPS25 5 2525a
11"' DEPOT.
i, decree was asked. ................ jri ...

.. ... ... ... .. ... ... For Over Sixty Years. r.
.. ... .. .. .... .. I SAVE YOUR yfaJ&A \ \
MRS. Wi O LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP ha&b..n | I s+ : READ *
used for over sixty years bvintlllonsol
mothers for their children while teething .
'...*AT.... 1 wash perfect success. It soothes the child. : ." MONEY." ; i.
P otensthe gums.allays all pain,cures wind "J a .. BELOW:
colic and Is the best remedy for Inarrboea 0 0 ,
I It will relieve the little sufferer Im .
poor ........... r .
s .
mediately. by Druggists in every part \ .
JSOLCAHN&CO'SYOU of the world. Twenty-rive cents a bottle. E J1. .....0....
Be sure you ask for"M r&. 'smoothing 5 ESESH5H5HSSSSS 2s2IJ
Syrup,"and take no other kind.

..... WILL" !'-, FIND.. : LAWN PARTY Your Chance to Save
"- ':' .--- -- .- I Money
f; .t -
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.. Oar Entire Line of 5 50c Skirt! Waists I
- - -- - -- I i Our LOc! of 15c Waists !Made 0 of! Dliii-
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Yo Y. v : At the residence of Hon. and Mrs. 3 9 c
This SsasDE's' Styles Cicice (ilin Lawns ail Madras 5 9 C
f and the best of everything generally W. A. Blount on East Wright street. I Cboiecxoxi .

a lawn party will be given Tuesday, : IMMK\ID.: -

f- kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. ] May 27th, for the benefit of St.

Michael's, parish. From 5 to GHO: p. Apron Gingham
l' yards
... k m. for children; evening hours fol. 5c

A FOR THK'i i lowing for grown people. The public -

= I is cordially invited. 21mtdI :.Barred Muslins and Lawns, per yard 5, 8% and lOc

Abita Springs Mineral Water. \ .. Stood in a Draught

We have an Assortment of CII: ILUItI1)11s
't Mls I 6
to 12
with my coat off and caught this years. You can save the expense of having
wretched cold," says the sntlerer. i hem made. A few of the many styles of the e garments shown Window Di"play.,1A .

$ Agency Nunnally's Candies. He need not pay a heavy penalty if
I he follow his act of folly with an act Good Assortment of 14 and 17-inch EMBROIDERED
= of wisdom. Soak the feet in hot They are Excellent. FLOUNCING Just Received' for Under.waists. -
water with a few teaspoonful of
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. Perry Davis' Painkiller in it. Takea

teaspoonful of Painkiller in hot

U* i tkchonc 178. '* .* Pcnsacola Fla. I sweetened water at bed time and be"
thankful for so simple and speedy a W. J. & B. FORBES.

... way to break up a cold. There i*
I SS but one Painkiller Perry Davi;'. i



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: Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World.
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111111'1' XALD. that I must do
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j!;! :-X: .:"-:: I'' ill' Prevails at Fcrt de I M Xo.4.7 Beaubi regain my heals

f ..' : III I II Street, Detroit, friend advocated v' jr .
M''.wiN'I Hr. '. "' ,, I France, Martinique.TOWN Mich., is aprom- of Cardui( trtatmtinent -

'I :ti: :;... .:.:: .' i woman who wa3 .r strongly that I tc :,
e. .Ji' 'Iktlill'I, : !I. ... :",.;.':rrT ) COVERED WITH ASHES greatly benefited ly the 's try it, although! i egogreatwoman'smedieine "
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i :,, faith in patent me,
f 47"I !I : ... ... 11',1' II Wine of Cardui. lira. I lam now try thinktI ..r I
I Ii I j., ; '. ., ,/ U r. Continuous Eruptions Caused a Reignof McDonald is the supreme I did so, for "ithil\U

i TELLS ln,: !! 11! ,: ? ; :.::: '5"I ,I .' ., Terror-Showers of Stones Fall. deputy of the Maccabees blessed relief came '
"nhHJI, .. 'I : of the World and one of and in less than t
,0 .
,"Ip, 's- It I I I ''I:1 ing-A Tidal Wave Has Added to the most widely known }[,.. lit XcDonali. months I was curt .'
ol'u .' women in the United hate enjoyed fine Vj .-
,I tne Terror of the Population. States. Thousands of women gather to ever since.. I know there is nothing erne>
1 21.I' hear her lecture everywhere sue goes. I I for a sicK woman who wishes to enl'n
Castries, Island of Sl Lucia. May
Yuu have the most convincing evidence of this \ The great work she Las done for the feet health and am very pleased! to gue -
Reports received here today confirm "
Maccabees i is appreciated Ly every hearty endorsement.
fact every day. Otherwise beautiful faces marred with 1 o the dispatches announcing that a i>an- member of the order. She was so abXo suffering W'.a:1:1! : .Of.

black heads, blotches and pimples, muddy or sallow complexions UL 'o ic prevailed at Fort de France, Martinique sorbed in her work that she neglected: ignore such a letter as Mrs ',
yesterday The town was covered > to give her health! proper care-faIled writes. Her plans awl aa
and red, rough or oily skins are some of the to take that the of !i
: with ashes, atones were falling warning: symptoms proved valuable in butt ung:; uj
most common: and conspicuous symptoms of bad blood. and a tidal wave added to the terrorof approaching kidney trouble gave her, I the greatest women's or<::ar. a'
the sallow complexion and torpid liver. the finite.l States and sl.1 .
hide these and blemishes them with face tai -
You can ugly humiliating by glazing over the population which was flying to But Wine of Cardui cured her the same give advice which she knows 11\

powders and rouge, and the rough and discolored skin is and smooth by a lavishuse the hills. as it ha cured thousands of others and you.
i I I Three hundred refugees have just arrived Mrs.llcIoilaldhas'nTlttenthlsletterIn! Da not delay in s"C'uring '
last for when
of cosmetics but these artificial complexions and false skins only a day, ( ,
here and thousands have embark. order that other suffering women may cine. There ia nc-tLmg ; _
the eruptions and spots stand out as bare and brazen as ever. The natural beauty: and ed for the neighboring islands. secure from Wine of Cardui the same I everything to lose I In- ilt'.v! ; .

smoothness of the skin cannot be permanently restored by the use of external applications, I('! relief sLe got from it. i I ij before you. Will ..irsocure '.
"For four I suffered with : relief now I tar ,
torpid .ty :
for the reason that these skin diseases are due t<> some poist'n or humor in the blood that Paris, May ::Go\ernor 1'Heurre, liver until my years skin looked yellow and dull. ? All druggiststhen ,. *j.Cardui fI

must be antidoted and eliminated before the skin can or \\ ill return to a healthy state. '', of the island of Martinique received a I found my kidneys Mere affected and I'I of Wine: of Pardui a* w. i-
dispatch from Martinique dated Tuesday had severe pains across my back, and I felt ages of Thedford's b'.a: : k-J Itt.. _
' ruder the and tonic effects of S. S. S.
., purifying Slay "u, confirming the Associated

all impurities: arc expelled from the blood, the HER BEAUTY RESTORED. Press dispatches of yesterday, say A million 4L* "

general health: is invigorated, and all disfiguring When my daughter wa three months old Eczema tug that at ito: ;:; o'clock yesterday WINE CA'RDVI havf fur( i To
J broke out on her heal and continued to spread untiland morning the phenomena appeared as Wint'' .u
annoying eruptions promptly 1 and permanently her head was entirely covered. She was treated by on the morning of May 8-a rain of
skin and it becomes several doctors but and the dread .
disappear from the as good crew worse, stonr-s. flashes of lightning and soundsof - -
ful diiease spread to her face. She was taken to two
f I soft and smooth explosions the direction of Mor.t
fj as ever. celebrated health springs! but received no benefit. in THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL
r. Bad blood tells in many other ways. Itching Many: patent ceduiaes were taken,but without result, Pelee. The population of Fort de .
L' until we decided to try 8. S. 8., and by the time the France was panic stricken.: o = -::- --- I
and rashes and boilsand -
burning eruptions sores -
first bottle was finished, her head began to heal. A Later dispatches under yesterday'sdate 1
carbuncles show the presence of some irritadozen bottles cured her completely and left her akin bay that fire was falling at L'3Carbet.

1 ting poison or unhealthy 1 matter in the blood, and has perfectly emooth.: She it now twenty years old, and and that the inhabitants and MOVER j
a magnificent growth of hair. Not a sign of the
these aggravating troubles will continue until the dreadful disease has ever returned. troops had evacuated the place. No
i Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date
Stock 4
H. T. 8HOBB. further fatalities had occurred. The
weak and slow circulation has been quickened
2814 Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo. dispatches received here also refer to of Fine
Staple and Groceries.No.
and the deteriorated blood made rich and strong I i the departure of Governor I'Heurre. accompanied Fancy .

again. Some are born with bad blood, and it begins to tell in infancy; scrofulous affections, : by Senator Knight, president 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Bloc,

diseases nasal catarrh stunted brittle bones and I 1 I of the legislature! of Martinique
scalp soft
sore eyes, growth, flabby musclesare TKLfcPHONK 327.
some of the early manifestations of bad blood by inheritance. These symptoms if yesterday morning on the French cruiser '- -
Suchet to reconnoitre In the direction
neglected, may develop into some deep-seated and serious blood trouble later on in life, but of the volcano.

the timely use of S. S. S. will check the disease in its incipiency, remove all taint from the The officials of the ministry of the ICE AND WOOD.

[ circulation, and the little sufferers grow into healthy manhood and womanhood. ,, colonies were much disturbed by ts!
!i morning's dispatches from Fort de WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> TIGER n .\( f.
When the blood is healthy and pure it tells a France. They thought the worst was
different story, a smooth and flawless skin glowing with over but the cable messages seem tjmdii

health, a sound body and active brain, well nourished <
system, good appetite and digestion, and restful and pf'nding.0 confirmation had been
received here of the dispatches reporting
refreshing sleep. S. S. S., combining both purifying and tLat Fort de France is being Thompson, Olsen cL Co.Manresa ..

tonic properties, contains all that you need in the way of evacuated. Street '
Telephone J : .
f a blood builder and skin beautifier.

S. S. S. is Nature's Remedy. It contains no Arsenic, FIERY CLOUD STRIKES TERROR. ESTABLISHED 1863.

t Potash, or other mineral, but is strictly a vegetable blood purifier and tonic that can betaken Phenomenon Witnessed on Island ofi --

without fear of any hurtful effects, and with perfect assurance of a speedy and lastingcure. I:!i Dominica. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

Our illustrated book on the Skin and its Diseases contains much plain and practical i St. Thomas I). \V. I.. May 21.-It has ,

information about eruptive diseases, their cause and cure, how to take care of the skin I been reported here rom St. Kitts.; n o: --DIALIKS' e 1
l the Leeward i islands, that
i on Monday
etc. that will be of inestimable value to all sufferers. We will mail f- .I
you a copy ce. I night and Tuesday morning noises: siD. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly furnish any information or liar to those heard Ma>' X were again,

4 advice desired without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA GA. i audible but louder and with greater 8O3 AND 605 S. PALAtOX STItKKT

f distinction. Some of the houses there - -.A.GENOY ---

': H -- wtre slightly shaken by the concus REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN. ROEBLINO HONH! CO>!

I I I From the
British island
Antigua > irdiei Filiti, Dill, Iiatlcil< > UstrBiBisU CUrtt lutsrs thin:
'I ,
Generas! Arraya aM Salazar Will Proceed : Editor Emeritus of New York EvenIng Principal Object! of Meeting Framing and the French island of Guadelupe

Agairst:; lnsurents. '! Post Passes Away cf Rule to Govern Primaries. loud detonations from the southeastaie COMPASSES. LOGS. ETC

Panama lunjhia. flay 21.-The''! Now fork May! 21.-Eiwin Law Columbia S. C., May 21.-The statePemiMTatu reported. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Aent for Bar Pilot Benevoieut Ai- .

Jo.rLm.t : ,PI.I !"'II\II (nl'a\I '!' 1'.111' I ren<'e Oodkin. r.1t.'r! empnrus of The convention mt here t oAnother I report which/ has reached ciation.

ana ht a 11* Im l\ }">t<*"l4v IItlrltin1! : ;;. j Evening Post diet I in Hnxham. South; day One of he principal objects .of I I her from the British island of Domin ,

In ;,.I:11\ )."., _.'" i.-i.. u-id'T tin- rom. | Devonshire, Englatd !last night The the gathering is the framing of rules :, ica is to the effect that at half-past 5 OPERA HOUSEWednesday WEEKLY: NCHEULL.E \-

t r :nd of c:. pal: !- \lura dnJ Sald/ar. ': immediate cause of his d"athas a to eovern the primaries in accordancewith i I o'clock Tuesday morning a curious.

::1 ptorted a..j.'tit! the innurRcntstoie !i< hemorrhage of the brain which occur which candidates for the Cnited, I i awe inspiring, fiery loud surmount- -- FOR STEAM DIVISION

he kit the nty General Said- j jar r"J on .Satunla)'. the 17th. Mr.! 0.>d- States senatorship and other! offices ed by a fleecy white cap resembling May 28. PK>\COLA KLKCTHICTKIIMI.1A1KAILWAY

: haul: j kin suffered a similar stroke two years mint pledge! thaw support to the: sea c- I highly polished! silver was seen from COMPANY

"I intend t', atu'''! the rebels imme1diatfl also but retwered iufiiciently to go (e?!ful] candidates! and to the platformof I Roseau on the west! coast of Domini :

). I >\i'e<.t to remit I' within to England: in ISOl He spett last the party., The question is a ital i! l in the southeast. This phenome Ben Dunham Hsyoa Trains Kit leave Bayou Peuaoola Wkrrlngtoa for ,the>trr!'itn

*l.e next r'i!;"t da: ,- reinfomMm of' winter at Torquay and moved to lriv- one. If the oath to be prescribed Ly.I I non caused alarm in ommica.. especially Fort Harral1ca. at

:,1Y'I\' men !"i'T t!:- ruinii.aml! of Orn i' ham on May 2. He was in his seventy- the candidates covers belief m the 1 as lightning followed in its: wake. THE WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT.THE d:4: "> a.m.arrive at Fort harraacai f 3uU.'W
a. m.arrive at fort Karrancat ..
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nix'rat with fie troops! I Iravin. I'ana-' (.o kin was twice. married. His as has been suxxeited.; it will New Volcano Formed. 8Wp.: m. arrive at ton Karraacai 4 'pa

ran t.ay.!; T!,.' rd..1! seiicral. Hrrrt-ra. i first wife was Mits Foot". of New doubtless eliminate some 01 the c and L''I New York. May 21.-Captain Ma. BEAUTIFUL DOnU.ESextette 'dXp.m.arrtveatFortBarrancaa 5:5p.msrrlveatFort: Barraacai Is T .:'pl pl::

and his fotl:1: : t 10.. attat Ked l lIy aver I| Haven. Conn., hyhom he had one"on dates for the senate : gras of the French sloop !,s<'elllna. in Trains ',neon harrancailor Yscta
cola at7:15a.m
5.WM of tbI I ->;,t snlIi"rs in this ropub and one daushter.; the latter dying; 1 A. C. Latimer is Tillma's: choice j! from St. llartholome ports, says a Her ''

1 litas will as 'IY a ft..t. His resist I in in auc). HU second wile Miss for the nomination. John O. Evans.j j aid dispatch from St. Kitts. \V. I., that I, :w p m.. arrive arrive at at Pemacola Haawola. _.. 1. it.I> Ill ::1h

rnan IIP !11t "-.!til.'. The govrram I Katherine Sandsof New York. city former povernor. i* notPt announrcd. when passing Monterrat.a small volcanlc '' :-: AND JiOLO; FROM :- : ::w p. m. arrive at Pensacola. tlp.1

':.t has heon notorious In the !interior j i vi\es him. His son Lawrence' Godkic. I'! but I is expeited! to come into the island lying northeast of Guade 0 6i') p m arrive at Pensaeola! .. .:1 t *

of the r"Jl1tI.iI'| and it ran send uin I., is a wit! known memher of the New i| He was defeated by Joseph H raee'j !lope, he heard an explosion! and sawflames ',: Florodora 'O.t5p. m. arrive aa Peaiacola._.__ iht.*
'('* nary lOnit" more tn'-n to end th* fork bar. for the senate in 1St. Ltlmer and I bum from the side of one of atureia1' only

re\tlutiim ron the isthmus i I Kvar.s are ot the old Tillman factionthe : the mountainsI AN1: > FARE FOB WEEK DAYS

Kift on thoutianil Ko\ernment: sol 'rnr Tulut. ...f.Ietlre. otb.'rs. .Johc ton-, KKiott: Hem I PeDi oal la to Fort KarrancBt and return fi
I Hen!&co! to
Nary Yard
; and retunY'
e dims remain In Panama to |rotirt the ;I St 1'I"nrt Is y frt rate piece of fornl- I II !I hill and Hender.-on. ale of the old anti i I A LESSON IN HEALTH. { PROF. E. O'L CHAFFERS' BAND.For PeniaooU to Palmetto Beach and reisrn lit

ritv! The soldiers who arrive4l here ., tan fur a man4' upper clumber it he TilImaiiHi-s_ Johnftor.e and Heiuphilli II i, Healthy kidneys filter the irapuri- 'I SC5DAT ICHIDUDI,
T.Ionilav; are part of the array which :i j I hits ooaii.on siusr on the ground floor i I Ij ,' .- both served in congress while ;t ties from the blood and unless they opea When conches.w* .thijr permits ta- ;

rri- -r.tly def- dte.1 Ct mral l'n!>eUribe. I i i j! l Lrt if a man kali plenty of I Elliott: is now a member of the hour H,, ;i j jI do chi rood health h lmpo ible. : the Benefit of the P. A. C.; Leave Peniaool LT Fort BarnatM
:! J! '.on non !'t'U"tllt! mure !:science he L.Mj I as is also Latimer. i Foley's Kidney Cure make nand I a. m. IJ I. m.
j the worse! for the pttio.nLhn'r: UVn- kidneys and will positively cura all Curtain will Rive at b:15 Sharp.: 11 a. m ii m
Wi!( Build Sig Plant. j I dell 111J11lJ.'s.o Impressed With Americas Greatnets.Xe forms of kidney and bladder diea e. Ip.m Ip.m. ip.. m
lllrmirgham.b.. May L'l: William! o a York. May 20.-lx>rd Kehm' It strengthen the whole ev tem. Tickets: 50 and 75c. 1 p. m ip p.9 m
Don't Starl Wrong. has rr-turnod from th.. United States I' W. A. D'Alemberte 5. Palafoxafreet p. m pm
E. Nioholb. A r.1I I fF\ini.ik. Jnhn '' a II. m. rpm.
I Don't witl. ever with the
Klotz and A. I. K/Ml. of I':nil '>. have a I I Ip.m. fp.m.
inrorporat',! t'!:'' Birmingham DropForge liu rmij couh or cold. \Ve all I i i greatness of the American people and h ____ $2,00 fenl..oo\a! fARE rOil sc*aAy

ar.J Maihine company: capital know what a "Bummer colli" i i-. it'the -- the matnifiience of their" industrial DR. KINO'SI I are lad return art: B.rranoai: ___ytrr__ Bt
hardest kiud to cure. Often it | and politK-al! future cables the fM Peai oou to ralmetto lineD 1:14
jlOOnOrt. and will immediately erect a "hang; on" through the -:!tire *ea- ;:I dor. irrepondfent: of The Tribune 1{ TRY NEW DISCOVERY FOR THE rtara__ _____. nl :
plant at Knsley for manufacture of on.. Tale it in hand right rna A :[ is fuhu.-na tic on the subject of No trelgiit recelved after 1:15 p. m, ,
drop forges and other metal products few do*es of One Minute Cough Cure Anelo-American alliance. The entente an FOR THAT COLD. Jacksonville o*
will set you rl?ht. sure cure forj I
cough*, cold-, croup, !!rip, bronchitis j cordiale between Kcgrland and the TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cure Eczema the Blood-Costa and Itching Humor all throat: and luu:? trouble. Abj I j United States is of such a nature he Cures Consumption Coughs Daily LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS
Through Nothingto MetropolisFROM
It. I a-MutMy aafe. Acts at once Child-1 j! says that must last long Colds
Try Bronchitis
ren like it. Oue Minute Cout. Asthma, I
B. R. 15. i Botanic Blood Balm.. i N' Care i h the bet couzh medicine 11 I WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- NOW F PYTHIA8.
now recognized a< a certain and *.urerl1rt' > ed,"
er r u- J. P. Bowie
says I
for Eczema Itchini, Skin, lIu- (. G.ovetou, X. H. "I never found I A. A. Herren, Finch. Ark., write?, risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, UNTIL DECEMBER I 1902 I Penaacol Lodge, No. 3, K. of r.meeti ..
morn, 4'ab5'ale5., Watery Bli- "Foley's Honey and Tar i h the best .
anything else that acted -n safely i j preparation for Sore Throat Croup and every Monday evss
ter?, PitnpleAching Bon" or and quickly." Hari''' Pharmacy coughs, colds and.. -- I lag at1*.'*) at Castle Ha.1
Joint*, Boil, Carbuncle Tricklin? John heppard.r Sidney Kahn. lun? trouble. I know that it has Whooping Cough.: Covering the entire scope of the I I \ In the Bloant- WatioaHallding.
Pain in the fekin. Old! Eating Sore*. : j cured consumption in the first tblrd floor,
NO CURE. NO Political Visiting brethren oori: nj!
*taes. \V. A. PAY. Campaign'! of the Year.
Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood IJJlmt.1kt'n i The man who own* his own hotr.e D'Alemberte, 121 welcomed
1 Prig 5Oc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES EE.
internally, cure the wor t and 'insures himself against lot* of :> Palafox street. iJ ., rr M.CA.rBIL
mot deep-seated cae by enrichiue, I trouble and worry. Nobody can:: i ii !. H. HORSLIB K. R. 4, B.tmnn c C
purifying and vitalizing the blood. i raise his rent and the rent day has !J Educate Your Bowels. I I PARKER'S CARTER & RUSSELL
tnt-reby giving healthy blood .up- no terrors for him. It's easy to own I HAIR BALSAM 'Ia..s
ply! to the s-kin.( Botanic Blood Balmithe a home now-a-daFs. Thos. C.! Your bowels can be trained as well Ctawf P..._ a lazurAQt beat.r frowth.T Ua b&I.. PUBLISHING CO.,

only cure to our: cured, for Watson & Co. can tell you how as vour muscles or your brain. Cas- liar r to rub lu to youthful Beftor Color.Gnj JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Foiey's .
three awful aauoyinjr kin trouble*. ea*.c it u. Call: and see them. I carets Candy Cathartic Can. K*, d,_k hu ......... I
tram nlcs'
.i e t.aed/tUtl Urea
may jour ti
Other remedies relieve but B. -- -- -
-- I II
B. B. : Paints oils bowels to do right Genuine tablets I Kidney Cure
actually cure*, healevery glass andbuilders'
sore, and gives the rich slow of ,:, stamped C. C. C. Never sold 'in II I I mates kidneys and bladder ts ht. utc vlAwmrtf
!health to the km. B. B. B. build up i\ hardware at the bulk. All druggists, IDC.CASTORIA. Every Woman t

the broken-down ndy and make; ;,: M'illis Hardware Co.'s.JilUWlb'EItT I y w' U tateresraaad.hoadtoow Medical Society, Attention. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
the blood red and Ilouri hiug. Over 1 V' about the vond 3000 voluntary testimonials of cure* 1 t( \ rll M4RtLhirlinq Spray There will be a regular meeting of
by Botanic Blood Balm < B. B. B. > I t! 'noe srR'..,....,"..... /qK.twaaa4eweunt. the Pensacola Medical Society at .
J The < a"!et--at.Itl .
Drug im, II. Trial treatment free undersigned take this method I ,I the Board of Health '
: eu-\tOlt: Co.-rJl.nt office at 8
jf Dflenn: her services I For Infants and Children. .. WHISKEYSoil :
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm aa ,I ur Lu.U,. 3'clock p.m. Tuesday. May 27. !
Co., Atlanta: Oa.: Describe trouble flrat-clasa licensed midwife, hay The Kind You Have I WTee./rtthtMtK. I Visiting physicians are cordially --
and free medical advice !civen until i Can ing glue had bet 35 of yearf experience. Always BougH j' SI If lj%Bali cannot:Laatipteo upp.j lt, I -(:r.; Invited. to attend. I s
refereLces from J oti.rr o..nd for IT. '
cured. Uamp o1i' DR. E. F.
ieadiiig physicians; of this city. I Boars t e .,, luotrate booltalr4,It arel a ,".., .
Suit "
panh'Ulan a3d"'O'.t''no f la. .1V ; President 1
l'yDy.BallalD KrllTF Right Array I MRS. M. GIDDENS, Bgn3tre or i *uo&tuto>11et._".UJ'!..C ., ?y,,,. DR. W. C. DEWBERY,

i .and taskes a eeedl ec.1 okx Ju II1J CV.1J.: 1 jltf 111 South DeVilher.3 fat. l I 1 I Room 3J c Times Bldg.,:NeW1'ort. I m25ttl Secr 3.rl. Ii i tj Daniielser Eros.J. .

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t r'r ."E:. t,i Korea Las nine ports open to foreign I ( f i iI iI

I'!: '.", .t. I trade. I EARTHQUAKE SUFFERERS
1" :1' .1 Mrs. J. H. Haskins of Chicaeo I
; \\ '-.f". ".. -. In Formo Chinamen who I
many use
Ill., President Chicago Arcade! i iII
PI i 515 it.."US bicycles prefer the women's wheels I
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Le'l Club Addresses
Comforting Vice Consul Vincent J. Vidal of I
.... cause they enable them to wear I I i y
long coats. Words to Women Regarding; Guatatnala: has issued an appeal for
1 ... I I i IhI
Childbirth. I
.;. 1t.... : ; n'C"\C'O" With the exception of the ameer's II| donations for the thousands left

._.r- ....; bodyguard none of the Afghan: troops I I homeless by the earthquake: which I
': ', ::: ', "DEAR )[p.;. I'IXKII.Botht'rs '!, .
7 late received
cny pay since HaUbul- destroyed two Guatamalan cities I .1.1I
need not dread '
childbearing after they i
lull's ,
accession I know the value of Lydia I:. Pink- April 18. Every charitable Pensa- |

Owing to a Turkish imperial order I j, ham's Vegetable Compound. colian should subscribe something I t I

je.o; 1901K. the teaching Armenian history has While loved children I dreaded the I Donations have thus far been made

been prohibited in Turkey. The Armenian ordeal, for it left me weak and sick '
s 're-er: Co. Iks follows:
A. patriarch has strongly: protestJ J I II III

-cago.: ed and threatens that if the porte A. G rem hut... .... .. .. . .i I 00 t

maintains the decision lie will esln. Jake Lipp..... ..... .. . 2 00 I ,

r -".tlc""cn1 have The colonies! and dependencies! of I aI M.Gonzalez. .. .. .... . . 1ltU i iI

us-ci ( oe DandruffCure |, France cover tn ere (IWl) of 3,740-1 -ti II W..Jr & B. Forbe..... . . 1Ull .

:for the past |, (dx) square miles, with a population of Morris Bear. .. .... .. . I 00

..,2..r end found it an .*i.'Jl' (.iK"X The area of German colonies Cash. .. .. ..... .. ... .. .. .. . .. 1 00 I

and dependencies amounts to Ji.L.F.ach. .. .... .. . ll(1 I

rrt llcnt preparalpojberte' I I.IC'7,1: ) square miles, with a population 0.. I II Igar Cash. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 1 00 I
of 1.V..ulO.> ,
i'i I Nick Apostle. .... .. .. . .. } I II
j In I'.MU! OOi,
1 tctzerlanalssueli5i'per. j I I, Cash .. .. ..... .... .. . 100 [, II I
nuts to commercial travelers againt24.is7 II'
f-2tv !' ; in HMHX Two thousand two I c..' I: Geo. T. )luran.... .. ... . 100 r.'I'i; I ,I I :

bundled and ninety of the number for : I: P.K. Toruoe.... .... .. .. . I 001) I I .. I

lOol! were d'-iivcrcd on payment of a | / I Chris ThiE'?eu. .... ... . .. I 00 ".4
license tax, and the income from this |I t3 1 Cash .... ... .... ... .. . I 00K L

j I source was :.'.,.'.N)> francs ($' 3x3.47. i ( Carlson & Liud..... .. .. . 1 fkli

9 D .\ *. A dead man's vote was recorded recently i i lair..i. H. HASKIXS. Lep Mayer .. .. . .. . 1 till ,

- in the Trench chamber of depu for months after, and at the time I J. MuldonM. .... .... ... .. . Il'U

ties. M. l.oyer living absent through ,: bought death was a welcome relief ; Kaufmin. . ... .. . . 1 (00

taw IS INVOLVED. illness .ne <>f his colleagues! dropped :i but before my last child was born afoul I F. It. IVu. .. . . . . I I.) -.... l.
; neighbor advised I.\ din: 1.1'ink ,
i iw a voting pJpl'r bearing his name into liiim's! V' l'tahle Cumpoumland : f 4. L. Clitkrd . ... . . 1 nOJ
the It afterward found
c cn Mad by United urn. was that 1 used that together: with your Tills I II I. ho. Wood. .. .. .. ... . . 60'' Growing material,-flesh-
M. Lover had died before the time j '
Sjpreme Court. I r .
(land SanativeVa>-h for four months j j "
51. t'nJpl? which the vote was gi n'l1. ,if ill :' blood bone muscle
'n : -The j fore the child's: 1.irlh- brought 0 A REVELATION -;
| me wonderful! relit! .f. I had '''1'li/'J7/ Il I
lit has reversed the hardly an will
If will make it.qniry it )
you teeth-hair
element for |
I child MCI every !
ache an-i when the '
pain was
; nit court the |be A revel ition to you how many ,
I ten old 1 left bed in ,
i hc.stcrn district health.days my strong ', succumb to) kidney or bladder i growth and strength . no
I If
Kvervsprlnirandf..llInowtaUe 1
d... case of Thomas White is seen in a'.l kinds of cos- ; trouble' in one form or another.
abottVof: L>i. 1.l"illkhHU'S en- other food much
,\'. A. Templfton and fumes and !U by far more stylish than Ot.lhle ('UllIl'l:IllI(1 rnil tind it ke ps If the patient i* not bpyoudu'" di. i f gives so as
(cal aid. F"IPKldu('\ Cure vr.U:
'aimed! that any color. rant nual excellent: III'lltl1- ,
his Not n.e in :
i1I'Poinl". W.
care. It never di i- A SCOTCH OATS.
Irish lace I lend touch ofelegance 'h.1., II. it.trirss'I';: In.iiana.tre..
, .1 national: election\ : oeros a D'Alemberte, 121 S. 1'alafox street. I

Jy" the offifers of I to simply made blouses of':''niiiajro.mar :.i nut genu'ne.IT. $5000/',',+etijaltactesGmo s Kilted Piper on the Package II I

1 .' hall taiU'il louisine. or peau de cjgne.; \I
to ron- '
Can* aiid careful ciMtnsol i> TO ACCOSPI1'and t

'i !law, a state. stat j jUsmifsed : llea\y white madras with r. narrow what file c\pcctautuul \\1II11I.ho .QiNiTEi SMOKE Itmakes Big Men !

: I'crsiaii stripe is nnatt among; the: sea niotlu'r needs, and tliis c'ulluo1 VourLifeawaj'!

,! the rasa | ruffs shirt waist materials. III(' can M'curoitl.nnf oust leyr'Ytritiu Von can t>e cured of any'form cl tobacco usmieeasily
'! Little shallow scallops:! or tic made well stroug, 111 tI..r.c. full..( of Little Boys.
tion claiming that ; 1'> Jlrs. riiiUnuu at new 1:[., and rigor by taking MO-TO-BAC,
.11! question involved. !'i flounces cut in the! form of miniature: Lj nit, .Mass. 'that maki-s weak men strong :Many gain + .
'-. ten pounds in ten davs. Over SOO.OOO a
| vandjkes decorate tome of the newest .
cured. All drngri! t. Cure guaranteed: ipallrl -
I skirts., anil advice I-REE. Address STERLING I
ti K Is Wife With Gun. j
II IIla. Smothered In Ittioei.The _
kkStEDY CO Chicago: : or New York. 437
\! ., May 20 Robert I The newest lace mittens have th&r i iowner's : Sybarites slept on beds stuffed -___ _ __ I I There's lots of money to be made
'. initials! executed in a hihlyllt'curative : I
: \ m-nro.:; who worked | with rose leaves: the tyrant Dion\s'il" in real e..t -lots, of it. A real estate

.- Coal. Iron and Hail. woen, design; upon the back had his couch tilled with them; Veruswould Druggist CATARRHfor .lsrar,00coo ace sign is usually a finser-board to
at FarU
titl made about JlnO a :j j.iv.'d I ,the hand, traxel with garland on his, wealth. Thos. C. Watson &

-. qUIte| a sum of I I I With the white blouse the modish head and around his neck and over Gig for t"RFIY$ / Co., the lea-ling Heal Estate linn
white kid ln.ltj I II have' pome offers! which it would
". i.t tn Texas whprp he accompaniment !is the litter be had a thin net with rose I BALM

:;. !'ii Kt-turniBK:; from Texas j I Ill'a'iIlit.. :I\I',1 and fastened with a leaves intertwined; Antiochus i TRIAL SIZE. ; sergR cU cotl I be worth your while to consider Oo
and them and don't
I see to-day, wait
aitfi i oaiidetins! Ins imr !!' bras' kill or jK-arl! buckle. nted uron a U-d of blooms even in winter Ely's' Cream Balm DER W 0 I till to-morrow.
W i I
..... lir Mia his wife to make :> It is a fad of the moment to put a diijs and nights and when CIt.'o,1 I (,irn Krllrt Onrf, Vore ( Ii I i __

to C" -.1 Texas with him. She i iv touch: of lace trimming;, on every article pats entertained! Antony she had roses j It cl"lInM' eootht-H 1 ROTICFL-

.. ', I of clothing( ami to date stack j coxerin the nor to the I' and orals the tlis- CORDIALHitheslrecommend.tionstotcure
.J> \ | not go to Texas. Pace j i up
am, : ",. "! and M-izinz a small hiss have a lace insertion finish own ,i said, of an ell j jVe catarrh and S. of Blood, Stomach troubles sod General Poorness De- subscriptions: for Wni. Jennings

hot th woman through the in the design.Coniil :: \ are told that leliojrabalas! sup-, drives Inthl'hl'ad'qUlckl away a cold). reytdt .;. bili'y. lucre.'esthesrrente. strengthens. Bryan's paper "The Commoner.'
thenerxct ind builjs the
She: will die. Page fled. Page .)\vers are being relived and plied so many at one of his banquets ltal>M>rbfd. Heals up enure fjsiem.S The price is $1.00 per year in ad-
hats. that several of his suffo1 1 land 1'rntects the COLD I Is H EAD | 9 me llrnuiit vaucr. Those the '
man in Tennessee several will l>e conspicuous! on summer guests were Membrane. 1 |I deiriug paper

and serl a term In the IJoses are found in every thade. !'an- rated in the endeavor to extricate them | Hebtores tbe Senses of J ante anu :!nill.. i I E. PA.Frra.l PARIS Co. can have it SFnt to them by sending

'or the offense.iit.irrl! I I sy blossoms! are made into flowerU stlxcs from the abundance \ictiuis of YullhzracTnaltrzeUkat!. Druggists: Aaent.S, fI. O to' the undersigned.
i or by ciail.I 1 I H. 3I. ROCHE
: >qucs. trimiueil with deep violet ribbon. a suiteit of sweet odors. i :-:L\' KKOTIIKKH.I I ,

) in tliN #PCitry i and looktry handsome. I ..... I :W Warrl'u 6trert. "t\v 'iorlc. Care Daily News.

: than all ..itlur'her I "Ift'In;;:". ,

and until the : PLAYS AND PLAYERS. I It Is difficult! to account for the enor-1 I THE GARDEN SECTION

\ I Upptrat) t" he i in- nouselnolty! of some bird; flight | '

irreju many yir Joseph .h.ft''r"11 will spend the suit \vlea! ini;.:ratins. The northern blue i I i !
':,11! 'it local ti li... : Wm GO1 o-or1-o ,
< a ., nii-r at luzzinl> 1:1)llIl'l. '. ', Mnoi't s(fs at the rate (.r iqv miles! anionr. 1' ijr ij
.1 in-il local reiiifdif s.
l h :\: .' O'Neil 1 Iras scored a big sue1tess : : fl.xins4.HH) miles; from Egypt; 14 '' Pensacola
tailing tl' cure it iu-yliMiioiuiceil at Call piyinn'! lat1.1." ilel -ola-id! in a sprins, night of barelj Florida

.... nine hour Virginian; plover! fly from Importers and II..aIII1IID- --
ha: pr'i' "II ('l- Tom Miarkey. the puziit! is preparing
Lal.radi.r. to north I'.razil. 'J.CJKJ miles Near East Hill Electric
Terminus. :
11-litllti"lIal dl "iI.". to bo a 11I.u"IIIuc enti'itaiiur. Railway
i 'i without! stopping! going at. the rate ot Chinese and Japanese
-sconstitutional i | c
9| A bi!; inoiltin! prtHluctioii of the I bat*
H !.ill .itairli t'nre.i iC'.f; f miles sin hour and probably nmrtrl 'i
tt'Mackaje's "Molify: :MaU"' is anuounccd Fancy Goods Beautiful L-ots-for
: \\ K.J.CIU'W.v'I\'U., : !l<- can this speed be attained? ''Ih | Sale.
i fur Ul.-\t soa")I\.
t.i.- II nly ('' j birds; resort to jrreat heights:: where tlribibtauce '
"i the market. It i-1 i Mclntxre and Heath base been to of the air is slight FINE CHINA TEAS 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
i .ly in do-e-s. from lo {.ether siiioe b'. I. They; originated th* 31 South Palafox St. !i ,

!.-.;'' "'11tul. It act- di- : ue;':ro dancing tilt the !stasje. thing In a I'rftl.r.TI'r Laundry Office. Pensacola. Flu ing to location. and surroundings.
i -- .mil iinicouiir1! -
Nest Henrietta Crosman w'll 1
... season <> is no more interesting or curl Exceptionally Goorl
v. They oiler one | - ----I Neighborhood Beautiful View
give some !;1'1..iallUatim./os III each city ,
!I..r aula"fIt fail. i t our sight:; on this earth than the interior
-. ,I !..r circularand te+. lit ".\ance Uldlield" and Madeline" of tbe extinct {'I'atl'r.0 San abuut PEXSACOLA High, Dry Fertile Lands.

\Jot.u. j Ijuira Ml;;.:s-ir. wbo has iuberited a thirty miles from the city of Kuma

i J.l IItx.y& C'n.. : furtuiie from II. M. lieniu-tt. the l'itt c. tin>to. in Japan. This peculiar! locality CONSERVATORY!ij [R OF f MUSIC '! The grandest opportunity for investment ever
T..U-U.! ., Ohio. I burs: uiillioii.iire is to return to the :is inhaUted by 2iumu, people, who 1I\t cffered in Pensacola.

,f I-.I-N. Tot-. I! sta;.'e.There. and prosper within its vertical wall MX !
I E. O'L CHAFFERS Director --- -
] Is a likelihood tbat Edna feet high. The inhabitants rarely make Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
''"hlnisulda.. |
i will return to this country to star a Journey into the outer world buih t1 I ---

I U.u-is. "that's the ': M-HMIII in "Kitty Gn' '." the j'ece | form as It were a little nation by Piano I
k ,. Voice Culture, Violin Pip*
i > In :ir.l ; .A.
d you UMthe; I \\ hit.hc nchienil! success in London.j i themseUes. t :I Organ. Cornet, :Mandolin Guitar "V.Clubbs .
I w.11| xou WHIM I
How I Cello
Grrrlry Learned to Head. etc.
> cau11.
: ....110. By a singular adaptation to the't I' Corner Garden
i ir: .'..J.". rt'It> tin Also Director Pensacola: Concert: and Alcaniz Street
< :: a uio- I j Itiilili.v! -, I.\ tan'ma's so old she at' 1" ;: changes of motion on his mother's part I IF ,
: 0.I.k! got :t loiitli in tier ln-aJ. while spinning Horace Oreeley whenyoungster a | ,
.' .I.t' lime the j! I II c. BRENT WM. H KSOWLw.. K. HYKK. JR., J. s. KKKbK. I
| 1'1111.\11)-\111" klw'l Well, niebbjthej're j acquired the unwonted qua-1 1 Prenidsct. Ylce-Prepideat. .
I Brass and Ca@bllr.
- "-'I I 1.11\:11': String Music Furnished Au't c inler.
in her bureau drawer like my Jty of reading with the book in almost

Aunt Yiltie's is sowctimes.l'l1iladel.phia any position sidewise or upside down ill Occasions.
Ihrre \\u 1a ''Iud. Bulletin. as readily as in the usual fashion without .I'
"..' ,.:attest fib that ; : Address : E;cambia Hotel. First National
ever I' - --- at that time thinking anything' 1 1unusual. : BankI
't ''u )' experience. Like a Drowning! Man. __ 'Studio\ : Parlors of Fit Baptist: I
I Jhurch.REMOVAL .
Five years ago a disease the doctors Dangerous if Neglected.
"'ids! the worst one I I
".11 called dyspepsia took such hold Burns, cuts and other wound? OF PBNSACOLA.yLA.WM.H. .
ur i
VL quartet pert -
when they cane i of mo that I could scarcely go"' often fail to heal properly if neglect NOTICE.

.-I 'I'M sulg. 'TLl'rc'i: writer Geo :-'. Marsh, wellknowtttorney i ed and become troublesome sores. DZRHCTc, l s I ,
'. 1 IIC Xoeona. Tex. "I took KXOWLE8. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BREM
\ I DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve prevents Dr. G. H. Tuttle IV K. HYP.R. JJj i
quantities: (':, of pepsin and other medicine i- such con-Kjuence<,. Even; D. 0. BRENT,

1H..T but nothing helped me. A* a where delay has aggravated the in- j !
t IS Dr. J. G.
drowning man ,rah- at straw, I jury DeWi'tt's Witch Hazel Salve '
I 1' i iin tdr from a pre Crabbed at Kod,)l. 1 fltm inj- elfoct a cure. "I had a running I id kjili \
: DENTISTS. Fdp ; famTWe g on At ad 1
i : tiling rhicijo: ; liy- provt-mpnt oneeiid: aft.-r a few ore on my leg thirty year*, ay* .
''n'i! 'of the in ft f'lUin..nt'n' bettlrsaulouud glad wrl!." KoJolis 1 H. C. Hartly, Yankeetown. Ind. I I J
(:nIl1ll8" anil U, :M.i onic .
Thf inirredient- the only preparation which exictly "After uiii2 nnny rem..dip*. I tried Temple.Ml

a-' "' a! money C III buy reprorlurf-th i.turil di-f'h: DeWitfs Witch llaztl Salve. A few ,' brancbrs of urmrnl: Dperatne and' draw cur own Bills of Exchange on Great
'tti.'allmbilltd tot rice JUICH- aid c->neqi!>'iiily !is the hoxe" healed theore." Cures all I meal Mectianic-allJentistrj) kltl. |>frforiii 1\lti!'l, Germany, France, Austria, Jrelactf
value.V.. A. only one which di.; *--t< any sloe td skin di-Pa-P;. Pile yield to it at ,1. t'hlldrt'n..1 I Italy, Hpaln, Belgium, Kneels, Hoi

: J 1 S. Palifox street. .fno,1 ;and cure* any frm if ;;tomacliMcible. once. Beware of counterfeit*. Har- TeKli.i.old special attention ana PorceUm slvcn Killing to Crown'l' way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.

r' Hariii-'Pnirmacy, John gi i is''rhirinaey. John Sheppanl: Sidney t and Bridge \\ ark I trVe88el Disbursed--- --
at t If ltowrle VTIthin ('a.rarete. Kahn. Kahn. Moet FaroraUe Terms, and
IP.'PII'J.h1111'Y nest Material; Competent Ki.uipnuntTelephone ObllgaUcnii Taken Portt thell
II' constipation forever Payable at ot TestJllaUon Ten or Fifteen
.s+L tlrueciscs return monor after Vessel ArrtT8s there. Day !.
- 'ru.- finest line of umbrella in the I Know One !Sure' Kpme
itvi i i. at J. I. fftepheus'. Uo look Gxaoohetinctaovd: hsuamaltPsvwltaloA.BTcRYlf
'it 'Uelll. rI I iCp'Safety Deposit BoxeR for Rent In Connection '

BEST FOR THEBOWELS -- -- Sean tie The KlEJ to Hate A.H2.-S BcgV with which we have a PrUa Apartment for the Ula

IF YOU ARE 3!gnttnreof &'I'r# TQe Best i


Uj .
Io.rpl' Jl It --
tl .,tlaieuf.> mm DISEASE! 181\ey I .

'1 tl the next ten days I will ell I .v: I &eau wrap..,.,Ii.tM what ootral..t yforcnr hunrt-).'up.. READTIIEI.mLRr7o. !;
pre .
you any article now ill stock at a from I i a pan and :
CANDY fat&! of all And tne Bet I I I .e free tor we.: : f. '.xl! ". .
thi most Liquor oor"61' w pre I. art. ., .atILur
discount: of 23; per cent from the regular trt ar. In. t a -
p UrO4 ''' a I. .1 u : .
CATHARTIC of all kinds .
: ;
served Ij or N i'e ,f I'cr'un.r : .ug' '1 ups t ua.uuuuu '
price. Think of it-you will .&:t!. Polite and Courteoo't + s s 1 eho!.. tu..iebf '...Losswmepmornetnthearset- rof .
ave $:!j Oil a diamond ring or pin Attendants.'! ..!....... Roi L. ". grape, :.ta. I'ana
,.,., .. ttRet
CURE III 1'1.1'' .. '", 1'1..1.1>. tv
where at regular price it would cost FULL MEASURE AND _4 ttae".J whO' VLpyrp.,2Mpt:
fO'LEY'lIllDIET .p ..... ri
R care a .0.1.1. "I.'r "'
*UK). See ; you ?ave 25 cents on 3IlJ 1 FIXE tnriebut a hnnufny:, (r.otdaf r a .
OilALin.i 1/ :tt.rlini.ryU!: 't al., 1Via' ',
every dollar's worth you buy. Now lamrrnmarl ward.e" .:.., ''''.''''-\\.LIOIlI..I n ..-s'v.w.. ,. .". -t I
I "aDI _
Il is the time to diamond : X\taIm : .ot. .n'WI '.... II'..''w ,: .an ''..W". .. ."! i. .J. ... ij
I I buy y.ur r cr room7 tefunded. i DA.NNHEISSER BROSAOEXTS !.. .., ..f Rb.'W f"rk.L. .1 .';n n.1, '1., .+,'. 6M.:: ,. i
watcher other article in stock'very j ...! .r-.I..itIP.. :'f ,! :_ .. "
any eml- I'lflrunK-m
by r' Ih .
hoe "
remedies recognized FOR THE CELEBRATED o! Tf'I"Yt: EAT ...:: a:1; fens w* fc.tnw a i >??," '
'EM LIKE CANDY r Mad w.: lain '' '
i': ,' i .1. d. I).,l1f1Od cheap. Call and examine nent physldtna u the bat lot 1 I I. f Harper iistey.M ill alca a L'few... I'I'I>d..". :'w.on: eerdaANann< II'J _..\1..lh..l'd&J II wn. Wttrostycii, \, i illf",. ",' .' ;.d", 'I f TJ
Remember this otter is flJronly Q)" 1.1D more! Ir.n pr.wd: In : WI ..
0 and M cepate : good: _nJu.a. \1... ., an I t'e 'err he g r." std .u'Nt" ;r .
*i t Kfjllrt n Bladder trcufclft ) A& ga: UUClIL'i'S.p 0"1 brFm
< t.3 ten days. Xo trouble to show fftdbey and ain House-401 S. Palafox street. PllYlIIII.f"- Uw't deiar.

kEEP( YOUIRrtBl00DarCLEA grad. J. I. STEPHENS.i PRICI ... a\at4 ItM R. R.. O.Exchanire Box 2S1.! Penacola+p. Union,DepotP. Fla. SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th i Pins Sts., ST. LOUIS, M0. ;

,j 112 outh Palafox street W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE. Phones! 116-263.


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!i ?SaS S SaS S SS SaS2$. I AN ARTIST OF NERVE. ;, n -
Remarkable Daring- and Coolness In i
L i an Alpine Accident. ;

day on the Scbwarzenberg glacier ata ,

m !ND PERSONALS 'I height by of Daptiste about O.Ouu, tbe feet guide, accompanied who MAY 26, AT 7:30: P. M. I i !# '

} < 'SESSION marched in front. The two men were
attached to each other by a rope, as is
1 John Hosselton left last night for : I usual in Alpine mountaineering.The A meeting of the Democratic Executive A N Unusual: sale of Children Shoes for Saturday and Mi.!i.':

,t 4 his home in Chicago. i I 1I I guide had passed over a Committee of cambia ) t-xn..u.\I.. PHIl'Is
crevasse, but +\'ht'n101let le Due held the office of
will be at
i Three important and timely things county
. Whitfield Clark of Anniston, Ala., attempted to cross it he failed and fell ---
tI is a a: the Escambia. which took place at thel.coun- the The guide tried to pull i Judge;: T. R. McCullagh at the court
guest abj :
; ss.
fJI I $ 150{ Usse3' Cross (Strap F.andalsllc to 2...... ., . .
I Will Fordham of New Orleans hi I cil meeting last night were the passage -i: I him out, but instead be found himself .I house at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday, $1.05(

of the sidewalk ordinance, : -, gradually descending.The May 26, 1902, for the purpose of call-
U in the city on a visit to relatives. i provisions architect perceived that his companion $1.50 I I Misses' :Button Fedora, 114 to 2...... .... .. . .
I I $1.05 I
11 T. J. Millen and wife of Century for a city wharf, and the appropriating If be persisted in the attemptto ing a primary election and to transact (

-n are among the visitors here today. of funds to meet a police j save him would surely share his I such other business as; may come $1.50 I n'1l-htrap' Sandals, ll'; to 2... ... .. .. . .
fate and he naked if Baptiste bad a $1.05| ()
i; I J. W. Adkison of Brewton was .department deficit and inadequacy. ,I j jiTfael&Ufct family."A I before it. C. B. PABKHILL,

J } among; the atmala at the MeitfaaQta action: piccvides: !I:>th wife and o&Mrea," was the en- ,|' JAN)1 VB'HCnairmlll.. 1.25 !("; ;;' Pl.1.: Lea.\.tet Sandals, 12: 10 2uu"' ... .. 75.:

: thloJ rQtlrQirt i employment three regular: police-: er. 1 Secretary i iI
"Tb ," said VtoJMe Due quietly .
W. J. Kildutf, representing the'1 men in addition to the regular "I shall
J.umberTrades Journal Mobile, is force. !' He did so and tell, but a block of I A powder lor the teet. H cures Swollen,"ore.i .

in the' city today. I Barely a quorum was present at Ice thirty feet lower down stopped his 1 and HotCallous.Bunions.Aching At all Sweating druggists}'e..t and.Corn shoe ($1 I I 25 Cfciw's Cross Strap Saniils, fli to 11.. ... .. .. 95:
descentVben this and I i stores.:aeAsk today. .
Raptiste saw j
Miss Georgia Mae Keyser and L. 6:31)o'clock but after waiting a short'' { .
that for time the danger was lessened -
W. Hardy of Pine Apple, are among time several members showed up :: he went In search of help and re- j I MILCH COWS FoRSALE $1.25 I Child's '--Button Ftdora'&ls to II..._.. ... .. .. QC-
theguestaat the Escdmbia.
I at 7:2) o'clock Aldermen Hays, Mc- turnwith four stout pendants. Three

Mrs.; C. O. Meux and daughter, hours afterward Viollet le Due was ex- | OR EXCHANCE SI I 25 Child's StraP Sandals, &'g to 11.... .... .. .. .. QC.
Hugh, Meriwether Moyer, Pryor j
Mercedes, have gone to Mobile to tricated.In i DRY CATTLE
1 Reilly and Wright answered roll': of his perilous position the JOB
spend a few weeks withIrs.. : I Iall. spite $1.00| Child's Patent LeitLer Randal*, 6!; to 11.. ... CC-
' ( ruling: passion! was strung with the art-1 I :
11 Meux's parents. I I ;1st for although be was almost covered Call at lOS West Chase street and'make

Pike Maddox and a party: of young The mayor recommended the appropriation with Icicles from the dripping wa your choice. i iI'jrnlOt $ I I.UU rt rt CtiId'snedI id--andalEo\.... ... .... .
65 j 5.
1 OEO. W. TURTOX, JR. ; | j
[f men have rented "Chappies' Hall" of U5 for purchase ofa_ t ter, Le Lad contrived to make drawingsof ----- i

r I at Bayou Graude and will soon horse for the fire department; also, perceive.the novel effects be was able to "My Family Doctor" 1 I I lOT InCant'Butt -'hoel.3t06... .... ...... . . 25:

i move down to spend the t-ummer gave: certain recommendations regarding -]i Blue Island ILL, Jan. 14, IJwl. !
Messrs. ELY BROS.-I have used --
the forfeiture of a bond. i,, A Costly Finger. ,

Baggage Master W. H. Watts, With his: communication Mayor i j A Dresden paper relates nn amusing your nine years Cream and Balm it in has my become family my for MEYER SHOE CO.

who went to Chipley onl} the special'yhian I anecdote. An old gentleman a memo family doctor for colds in the head. ) ,
Jones submitted an old city boudj: her of the hurt
landtag lately slightly
train, remained in that cityto I use it freely on my children. It i is
visit relatives. He will return having a number of interest-bearing ]his finger. Nut troubling to go to his !{ a Godsend to children as they are: Feet FuruNlier for ('a'h Uulj,
doctor lie asked a medical: colleague : troubled more or less.
tonight. coupons attached. It wag the prop- what be ought to do and las told to Yours respectfully J. KDIR.\I.L. I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.I I

Mrs Marcellus McCreary and Miss ''ertyof one J. D. Manning It was'j' give his finger a "soap bath." On the Judge for yourself. A trial size -- -
can be had for the small sum of lu i iI -
he much
Mattie Lou McCreary of Evergreen, the sense of the !body that the council 'following day was surprisedto i! cents. Hupphed by druggists! i or |
receive from his friend a note for LAW DEPARTMENT
Ala., are expected here this after- 1 could not be held liable for the "medical consultation the amount 10 mailed by Ely Brothers, oft Warren,
noon. They will be guests for-sometime i i! ; St., New York. Full size 50 cents. '
indebtedness because of its expiration -'i marks. --010"- .
of Miss Leona Bell.J. 1 lie then spoke to another colleague, Special communication

L. Davis of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., under the statute of limitation. a lawyer, complaining. Ills legal > of Escambia Lodge No. 15, I John B. Stetson UniversityDe

', The bond was ordered returned to i friend said It was strange conduct; G F. & A.M.at7:30o'clockFriday I
and MUses Minnie L. Davis, Eloise > night, May 23.
'but, should it come to a legal question. Land, Florida.
Manning with this information: and \
Davis and Pearl Roan of Columbia, ; Work in E. A. degree. I II
he would be obliged to and had JOHN F.FOUBBS. Ph. !>. Pre .
Tenn., were among the arrivals at I i the other two recommendations of pay I Visiting brethren invited. i ulent ; KAISIUH, I.I n. 0'11
1 |better do at The after !,
so once. day
HARRY W. UIKBS. Tall Trrin C'oiiinieiHT:* W - the Merchants this j i
morning. 1 the mayor were unanimously adopt- (the old gentleman's astonishment was W. D'C. KESSLER. Secretary.W. .
TWO YEARS' COURSE; -Tb* Law Department of John R. Metioi, I r..i.. .
still .
from this M.
Tho l. Turner master of train on ed. ; greater on receiving two-years' coarse leading to the degree of LL. BDEiiKKE .
i j ;friend a note claiming 10 marks for ADMITS TU THE BAR-The diploma of the La111t'l'arl'It-::: ,I'
the Selmadivi-ion, was a pa;sen- i, The refusal a permit to Anthony "legal advice." Slit KNIGHTS, ATTENTION! I Stetson t'niversity admits to the Bar.
4 afternoon's '' i FURTHER l.NHKMATtO.\--KortheLawAnnounceruent of 1r'7-.a.I l I ,
irer on yesterday a
pa"'uger Riera, 21 West Kornana street to Quite angry: be appealed to the com- sires: information regarding I the Law epartmeatnddre

train. He i is shaking hands to- :i construct an addition to his premises 'mission a body which settles all per. ;I '..; Coeur Regular da Leon conclave Comman-of ALBERT FAKRAH.. Dean of Law Del(artm.-u! [

day with his friends in 1'ensacola. j sonal disputes of the members of the fiery No. 1, Knights I II" I.; tid
was, on motion, reconsidered and the I .
r No outing i is so enjoyable as a ]landtag. What was his disgust when Templar, at 8:00 p. m. ,
matter passed until the next meet- 'the commission found that he bad be- Monday, May :!6. i
moonlight trip to Magnolia Bluff,
i ha\"l d badly in refusing just demandsand Sojourning Knights
with good music and ing. | 'ir VN'rr'r.'ii.rrt
; dancing. condemned him to make amends are courteously invited.

the concert and dance to be | The finance committf-e recmni i by paying the fine of a basket of cham HARRY W. OIBBOcs -. ,

given there tonight hy thA }' nm- mended ;sum to cover a deficit ia 1 1tLe pagne! The finger which was mean. EITZEX.. C. Recorder.E. .

cola concert band. See notices" el-e- time perfectly healed, bad cost him ..
police department, cau-ed by
where for time of departure oftrain. dear. Stand Like a Slone Wall. i II"
the employment of extra men during
;. Between children and the
,. your .
The Mature of Part
holidays and l:1-t Mardi Gras. tortures of itching and burning ,
: No city In the world! has so '
"Better wit than in"-th i : humor The committee alo reported favorably I statues and monuments as Paris many, and ,, scaldhead or other skin diseases. 9 BARGAINS
that you untie To be sure that it's -How? why, by using Bucklen'sArnica w
i on the matter of appropriating every day sees a new project for a new I Salve earth's greatest heal- 1 1i
out and all out. take Hood's :harsaparilU. statue bust. It is curious in '
or to note i
$180 I extra, monthly for the employment ; er. Quickest cure for Ulcers. Fever :
this connection! that a large proportionof j Hores, Salt Rheum, Cuts; Burns or 18(
i of additional men on the police the famous men honored tbis way i>Bruises. Infallible for Piles. 25c.

force. came to their end by violence in some 1 at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store.

PYTHIANS WENT form or other. Many of them died on 121 South Palafox street. I II
| Health Oilicer Hays; submitted his
the scaffold, and a stroll through the ,
monthly report. It showed the exi i Paris streets may give the philosopher! CONCERT AND DANCE AT :
TO CHIPLEYA 1 i iteuc of but two cases of contagious; i food for rvtlfction on the mutability of NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, &:31) AND

human judgment. Danton and I.a- ,,9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT
diseases, both of which lad been
--- voisitT were cuillotined Jeanne d'Arc 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT'
completely and successfully iso and Etienne Delet were burned at the DEPOT. ,
large number of representativeVvthians : > 1 ___ I II
lated. The report also covered the stake. Henry IV. was murdered, ,
left Pensacola Everybody has a right to a little
yesterday Iltienne Marcel was also assassinated ...: .
matter of census-taking. To tl.e piece of this earth. But they must
.uttTuoou for Chipley, Fla., where, ; Marshal! Ney was shot Condorcet corn- fight for It. They must watch their ..
report was attached the monthly report i milted suicide to escape tbe scaffold chance to it and
last night; "New Hope" Lodge, with get get it. 0-\1'-0
of the and these are only a tithe of those that i
city physician both Thos. C. Watson & Co.
a healthy membership, was organ might le mentioned. I!(:
papers showing the city lobe in excellent have some particularly fine bargainsto
izpd, and put in a working condition. I -4 offer just now, and they invite e(

ThQ train was joined at several ;;i sanitary condition. Ladies Can Wear Shoes you to come and investigate same. ,,
Chairman Hays of the harbor: and You will never regret having doneso.
i one size smaller after using Allen's FoottVe
points along the route enthusiastic !
by : -
committee ncmnneuded ,a powder to be shaken Into the shoes.
Pythian- who rirely inns an It makes tight or \ oboes' feele ->ygivtsrelief ; L. FRIEDMAN & CO'St
that certain change*, both I for the :Instant to corns and bunions Its
opportunity to take advantage: of tbe greatest comfort discovery of the age.
benefit of health and look*, be enforced 'Cures and prevent swollen feet, blisters "i"irI1 r"i i('r ;
anything of interest to the ordnr. callous and ore spots Allen's KoutKaseiiicerfun iNICK'S 14-:
on Pine and Magnolia !'tre-etl. | cure for sweating, hot, aching '
The secret: work was: pel formed by feet At all druggists and shoe stores, 2ic.: A
Among the matters recommended Pon't accept any substitute. Trial package -
u i-ppcially orJluiz..J and trained t tiff: by 1111\11. Address: Allen 8.: Oinisied' ,
was the building of a city wl.arf. Lcltoy.S.l.
senatorial team, who said I I
: are to ;t ) RACKET

have c cried out the work to perfec The ordinance introduced some If you want a nice present to giveto

mouths ago by Alderman Pryor and a friend, go and look through the
tion. elegant line of suitable articles at

The train bearing the tired party: regulating the building aud main- J.I.Mephens, you surely can find .! :

'1 taming of sidewalks wa* pa=ed. something to please! you. If you
reached l''II'\c..I. Oil the return trip' want anything in the Diamond line mimm

about i>:3i: this morning..NO The ordinance reeulatingtbe; erection be sure to see him before you buy.

of billboards l'ameI I -- ---- -. mmMmmNNm
;, etc., met the ,

nius" succe-s. Several other ordinances If you are thinking of moving.see -

Just SritoiNc FIHM Cured Hun were called up for second readingand Harry Hallmark or call phone i i

:-\lImetillle a ;good: healthy com- I were referred to proper commit 231 and let him quote you prices. He : DAILY MENUS Paxson & Hall's
mercial traveler sutlers from poorly 1
elected foodind i i.* lucky if lie know* tees. has the best spring floats in the city. j i Comprise all the Up-to- I i

that Grape,Nuts Breakfast Food will Au application from Ctas. Knox I Date Di'hes the Markets -

put him right.A for permission to erect and maintain Elegant china closets of the World
Cincinnati traveler John N. Afford.
Cane Jr., says: "About a year ago, a bath house at the foot of Coyle sideboards and leather-

my stomach got in a bad way. I had street was referred to the harbor seat chairs at Marston\i iQuinn's. \ -
t a headache most of the time and suffered i

misery. For several months I and sanitary committee. Low prices; easy \ Ladies' Private
ran down until I lout about pounds; 1 The council then adioarned. payments. '
weigot and finally had togiveupa I __ I
good position and go home. Any: -- i 1 Water coolers that do not Dining Parlor.-*
food that I might use seemed to
Laureate me.Mywife AN INTERESTING '':waste ice, at the Willis i :\ :;; I

hardly knew what to dot t Hardware Co.'s. I I I
until one day she brought home a ti.
-- --- Regular Dinner Daily.
l package of Grape-NuU and coaxed i. TATERTOWN CASE GUAM EXCLUSION: Short ;
Die to try them. I told her it was no'
use but finally to humor her I tried a t
little and they just atnxk my taste. II I Short Orders Promptly I
It was the first food that I had eatenin | Jack Criswell some weeks ago at I Filled. Night or Day. I

nearly a year that did not cause> Tatertown, near Bohemia, is allegedto I i I refunded.,1{
any sutlerin : I
Well, to make a lone story short I have slashed: Chas.: Hurd with a I If it's Something Good to Eat i ] : II I I

be,;an to improve and stuck to Grape- knife. Hurd has recovered and was; 1 i you .wish yowls find It al i
Nuts. I went up from 13> pounds on ; I
Dec.24th, UKK, to 191 pounds on Oct. '' able to come t. town today. With To Mobile,Saturday night, June U, I Nick Apostle's Corner :
leaving the union depot at 10:30 p. r' I
5th, 1901. him came a horde of denizens of thatneck 1 Opposite
m. Returning, train will leave Mobile !
Jly brain i- clear, blood all right
o' the at 12 o'clock Sunday Popular Restaurant.I I
and ajvtite wo: much fr any maa's' woods and the case is night,
pocketboQk In fact 1 aia thorough-I June 15. Fare for the round trip, i
being heard before Jude: McCul- Z1.50 from Cantonment :
: and i
ly ina.le over and owe it /all to Grape- *-
,lash today. same: as Pensacola. For further Information -
Nat?. I talk so much about what WMY1Im r'
will do that of the apply to I !
Grape-Nuts some
Hurd was horribly cut by Criswell, ROBT. KING I
men on the road have nicknamed'Ine'OrapeNuts orPETERTHOMAS I : >
i ,' but I stand todaya who puts up a claim of self-defense i I

healthy, rosy-cheeked man, a For several days it was thought i Excursion Managers you wish the very best "

pretty good example of what the the I I ice cream freezer at the very I agents

right You kind can of publish food will this do.if you want victim would never survive, but he'|' Ice cream freezers that'. lowest price, the Willis I 10 d 0 rl
did and has
to. It is a true statement without no great ditEculty with freeze quick, at the Willis Hardware Co. can please I

frills." the patched up wounds. \I" I j
, t, any i I j Hardware Co.'s. you. money '. I

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